October 14, 2016


Update: Surprise Travis Scott Album 'Days Before Birds' Is Unauthorized, Will Be Pulled

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Brian Gove/WireImage

Update: XXL writes that Travis Scott's Days Before Birds album "is unauthorized and will be taken off streaming services," per the artist's rep. You might still be able to catch it on Spotify.

Original story: Travis Scott's second studio album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, showed up suddenly on Sept. 2; we're still bumping it. But La Flame waits for no one, as he's now surprise-dropped Days Before Birds, a 10-song, 31-minute companion piece.

The project features Migos, PartyNextDoor, Wale, Lil Uzi Vert and Young Thug (twice).

The release's title mirrors Days Before Rodeo, the mixtape Travis dropped a year before his September 2015 debut Rodeo. What's crazy about Days Before Birds dropping out of the blue is that the Texas artist previously announced that Birds in the Trap... would be shortly followed by AstroWorld. And based on Trav's prolific nature, we're guessing it's still at least semi-imminent.

Listen to Fuse's Back of the Class podcast talk about the latest with Travis Scott at the nine-minute mark in the episode below: