It seems as though we're getting new music from Travis Scott every day, not that we're complaining. He's recently made a stand out appearance on Playboi Carti's "Love Hurts" off his Die Lit album, dropped a fire track with Lil Uzi Vert and Kanye West, and recently previewed new Astroworld music during his Rolling Loud performance. Not to mention that the Astroworld album could honestly drop any day now.
Now Travis is once again previewing even more music, this time with a past collaborator, Nav, and we'll be hearing it very soon. Travis posted a video of the song playing in a dark studio, with Travis singing about Rambo and Lambos. In the caption of the post, Travis revealed some juicy details about the song, namely that it will be dropping this Friday, May 18th, as part of Nav's upcoming album, Reckless. The song will also be produced by OZ, who's produced for artists like G-Eazy and Jeremih, as well as Big Foreign, who's done production for Post Malone and Bryson Tiller.
As most of you probably know, this wont be the first time that Travis and Nav have collaborated on a song, as Nav delivered the catchy hook about giving drugs to white girls on "Biebs in the Trap," off Travis' Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight album. Now Travis will be returning the favor with what looks to be a very high energy feature on Nav's album. Check out the preview of the as-of-yet unnamed song down below.