Travis Scott Continues ‘Utopia’ Album Saga With Pharrell Studio Session


Cactus Jack boss Travis Scott and producer wunderkind Pharrell Williams just linked up in the studio.

On Saturday (August 27), a photo of both La Flame and Skateboard P rocking ear-t0-ear smiles in the studio began circulating online. It appears the vibes were high and mighty in the flick, as the pair of artists seemingly shared a laugh with a marine loading dock and calm waters of the ocean served as the background.


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Pharrell has notably appeared on some of Travis Scott’s most critically acclaimed albums, including the expanded edition of his defining 2015 project Rodeo for the ear-worming track “Flying High,” which he co-produced with Mike Dean, Scott and Allen Ritter. Skateboard P also notably appeared on Scott’s Billboard 200 Chart-topping album Astroworld as a featured guest on deep cut “Skeletons,” alongside The Weeknd and Tame Impala.

In addition to his recent connection with Pharrell, Scott has been leaving a breadcrumb trail of hints all-summer, leading fans to believe his forthcoming Utopia album is nearing completion. Earlier this month, he debuted unreleased music, which included a track called “God’s Country” and another entitled “Lost Forever” during his packed shows at London’s O2 Arena. Immediately following his performances, he shared a photo dump on August 8 alluding to his intent to complete the project.

Scott also recently announced his upcoming Road To Utopia Las Vegas residency at Zouk nightclub, which will kick off on September 17.