He premiered his new song, “Escape Plan” during his set at Rolling Loud in Miami, Saturday night. The performance did not disappoint, despite Scott being over an hour late to the show.
The track was teased by Scott, earlier in the day, with a short video. The Astroworld rapper also warned fans that’d he’d be performing the song during his Rolling Loud set on Twitter.
“oK IM UP TODAY NO GAMES. I WANNA SEE THE RAGE SWEAT AND TEARS,” he tweeted. “HMM SOME ONE ASK ME HOW IM STARTING I SAID THIS IS HOW. WHO CAN REMEMBER THIS BY TONIGHT.”
The hard-hitting banger is likely from Scott’s upcoming album, Utopia, which he discussed during an interview with i-D, earlier this year.
“I never tell people this, and I’m probably going to keep it a secret still, but I’m working with some new people and I’m just trying to expand the sound,” Scott told the outlet. “I’ve been making beats again, rapping on my own beats, just putting everything together and trying to grow it really. That’s been one of the most fun things about working on this album. I’m evolving, collaborating with new people, delivering a whole new sound, a whole new range.”
There were two musics by Travis Scott that aired at the recent Cactus Jack Dior fashion show, however, sources close to the LaFlame circle told CodedHits that the track which Scott featured Westside Gunn is titled “Lost Forever”. The track was produced by Travis Scott himself and James Blake.
The second song is titled “Escape Plan” the source said. It was produced by the famous producer OZ and NIK D.
The source, however, did not reveal when the two songs will be officially released leaving us with the believe that they are on the UTOPIA album.
Lost on islands, driven in boat cars
Just bring your girl, feel like she both ours
Young black nigga work at the Auchans
So how we here trapped on the ocean?
‘Bout to go up a level of disrespectful
I’m just one chain away from goin’ heavy metal
I’m just one angel away from blockin’ out the devil
Just one mountain away from meetin’ all my rebels
Too much power, too many hours all in a day
I sent her flowers, ain’t talkin roses, I’m talkin’ maoda