The wait is almost over when Travis Scott announced that Astroworld will finally arrive on the 3rd of August. The boss of Cactus Jack has raised the upcoming release of his third studio album over the weekend with huge golden Travis Scott heads; one appeared on the top of Amoeba Music in the Los Angeles area, while another appeared outside of Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros. On Monday, another goldhead arrived, this time at the Hard Rock Cafe in Manhattan. This month, Travis gathered a veritable awesome group of producers and artists to end Astroworld, including Gunna, Sheck Wes, NAV, Wheezy, Sonny Digital, and Fki 1st, the latter of which sang a fan-pleasing sequel to the classic Days Before Rodeo, "Drugs You Should Try It". Mike Dean also gave the fans to understand that the project was completed with a photo of a disk "Got it." This happened on the same day that Travis tweeted the following:

Happiest Fucking Kid EVER. LETS FUCKING GETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT IT. !!!!!!!!
ASTRO WORLD
– TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) July 12, 2018
In the new trailer that prompted fans to have their "seasonal passports ready," Scott confirmed August 3rd and gifted fans with an excerpt from "Stargazing," a previously unreleased track La Flame played on Rolling Loud in May Has.

#ASTROWORLDDAMNED TO DELETE MY SHIT IN A COUPLE OF DAYS. LEGIT BUBBLES EVERYONE AND ANY SPEAKER I FIND !!!!!! KIDS LETS FUCK EATING.
– TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) July 30, 2018
As early as September 2017, Scott has spelled out the true inspiration for the name of the album and his plans to provide fans with a full amusement park experience as he puts these new songs on the road. "I do not know why it has not already been done – I think people just do not shit," he told Rolling Stone. "Who makes stages that are cool these days?" POST FOLLOWS FURTHER to hope that the results of Tame Impala's 30-minute studio session with Scott will appear on the last Astroworld tracklist.

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