Unveiling Utopia: Travis Scott’s New Album Launch at the Pyramids
Travis Scott, the renowned American rapper, has declared his plans to introduce his much-anticipated album, Utopia, during a live-streamed performance against the backdrop of the ancient Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. The event is scheduled for Friday, July 28, and eager fans swiftly snapped up tickets.
Utopia is currently shrouded in mystery, with no official release date announced. However, Scott has already started accepting pre-orders for the album. Fans can also purchase merchandise inspired by the album, including CDs and vinyl records. Interestingly, Scott has teased that there will be five unique album covers, but these remain a secret for now. Buyers who pre-order a physical copy of the album, such as the “Utopia 2 Disk LP Cover 5,” will be surprised as they won’t know which cover they’ve secured with their $50 purchase (excluding tax and shipping). Questions have been made to Scott’s representatives to clarify if buyers can change their pre-order once the artwork is unveiled. Check out our ranking of the best songs on Astroworld.
Utopia marks Scott’s first album release following the tragic events at the Astroworld 2021 music festival in Houston, where a “mass casualty incident” occurred, resulting in the death of eight people and injuries to many others. Two more individuals succumbed to their injuries in the days following the festival. In May 2023, Scott gave members of the Houston Astros a sneak peek of Utopia in their locker room. Billboards promoting the album were spotted in California around Coachella last year.