Travis Scott made a grand announcement on Sunday, revealing an exciting cinematic location for the highly-anticipated launch event of his long-awaited album “Utopia.” This album will be his first solo full-length release since his Grammy-nominated Astroworld in 2018. The Live Nation event, which is set to be the official launch for ‘Utopia’, will take place at the enchanting Pyramids of Giza in Egypt on July 28. Due to the expectedly high demand, tickets will be available at a limited capacity at Ticketsmarche.
‘Utopia’ marks Scott’s fourth album to date and will be his first album following the Astroworld 2021 music festival in Houston, which police called a “mass casualty incident” after ten people died and many others suffered injuries. He first revealed the title of the album in July 2020, when he posted an Instagram photo with the caption “Utopia.” He also teased the title in a thank-you letter on the second anniversary of Astroworld.
Undoubtedly, ‘Utopia’ is one of the most anticipated albums of the year. The album will also feature renowned Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny and The Weeknd, among others, making it a global affair. Scott has hinted that ‘Utopia’ will showcase an evolved sound, departing from his signature trap style, through new collaborations and rapping to new beats.
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