Travis Scott has finally dropped Utopia, his fourth solo album and first since 2018’s chart-topping Astroworld. The set arrives three years after Scott initially teased the project and comes with five separate album covers.
Although the “Sicko Mode” hitmaker unveiled the tracklist shortly before the official release, he withheld the features, leaving fans to discover the star-studded additions once Utopia dropped.
Once the 19-track project arrived on streaming platforms, fans flooded social media with their reactions. Travis Scott and his featured artists swiftly took over the Top 20 in the United States, with the rapper trending at the top spot. His featured artists and song titles filled most of the remaining slots.
Beyoncé fans went crazy to see the chanteuse featured on “Delresto (Echoes)” alongside James Blake. Another popular inclusion was the SZA feature “Telekinesis,” which left many fans dumbfounded when they realized the song is a reworking of Kanye West’s “Future Sounds.” Ye’s track was first leaked in 2020 and was slated to appear on DONDA featuring Travis Scott before it ended up on Utopia, minus West.
Utopia’s stacked feature list also includes verses and/or writing contributions from Drake, The Weeknd, Young Thug, Playboi Carti, Kid Cudi, 21 Savage, Westside Gunn, Bad Bunny, Bon Iver, Sampha and many more.
Stream the project below.
Travis Scott – Utopia