“Sloppy Toppy” by Travis Scott, Migos and Peewee Longway is a go-to listen from Scott’s Days Before Rodeo mixtape-could-have-been album release. Aside from “Skyfall,” “Mamacita” and other tracks, “Sloppy Toppy’s” appeal to listeners was heightened. It was also a chance to see what damage Quavo and Scott could really do together. Spinning time forward, they would see another collaboration in “Oh My/Dis Side, from Travis’ Rodeo album. From that point on, we knew there would a good listen that came from their work.
With “Pick Up The Phone” featuring Scott, Quavo and Young Thug, it’s Scott’s bread and butter, a successor but not his only chapter in his continuous book. At this point, how could fans not want a collaborative body of work from Scott and Quavo?
During the first episode of WAV Radio, brought to us by Beats 1 Radio, Quavo teased us with the news of Scott and himself putting together a project. â€śHell yeah I plan on going on tour after we drop this album. The album is going to come real soon. Iâ€™m still scared to let you know when itâ€™s all dropping,â€ť said Quavo. Quavo also announced that his solo album would follow.
Now, with the release of Drake’s highly anticipated More Life album out, the need for Quavo and Scott to put together that body of work is wanted now more than ever. The two met again on Drake’s track “Portland.” For Scott, Portland is his happy place. “I was once asked my fav place in America to find peace,” Scott said on Twitter, claiming Portland has the place where he found “happynes.” Don’t worry, Twitter already took care of his grammatical error, and who cares, to be quite frank.
Shortly after a majority of the world had the chance to digest More Life, Scott took to his Twitter to verify that Quavo and his music is coming, indeed. When will it be coming? We aren’t sure.
Dnt worry that huncho x cactus jack
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) March 19, 2017
Scott is gearing up for his Birds Eye View tour and Quavo is running wild off the strength of the Culture album. So, even though there isn’t a set date or time period for the release of their material, we at least have some small details.