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Travis Scott unveiled a new track during a live show this weekend ahead of his upcoming album ‘Astroworld.’

Taking to the stage at Miami’s Rolling Loud Festival on Saturday (May 12,) Scott performed a new track, which is believed to be titled ‘Stargazing,’ since lyrics include the line: “Rolling rolling rolling got me stargazing.”

The rapper also gave an update on his upcoming album, before letting a fan that invaded the stage take hold of his microphone.

The album, the follow up to 2016’s ‘Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight’ has no set release date, but is presumed to drop at some point later this year.

You can watch clips from the performance below.

Travis Scott playing some new unreleased music at Rolling Loud 2018 (LONGEST VIDEO)

— FTP FLAME (@FTPflame) May 13, 2018

y’all: “When’s Astroworld coming?”

Travis Scott:

— FTP FLAME (@FTPflame) May 13, 2018

The new track comes after Scott teamed up with Kanye West and Lil Uzi Vert on new single ‘Watch.’

The track was released on Spotify earlier this month after West had previously teased the collaboration.

Travis Scott pushed security away from a fan who rushed the stage and let him get on the mic. La Flame is the GOAT

— TRAVIS SCOTT FANPAGE (@YamzInTheTrap) May 13, 2018

Scott also appears on the recently released official Black Panther soundtrack alongside Schoolboy Q, 2 Chainz, The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar and Vince Staples.

Scott, who had a baby with Kylie Jenner earlier this year, has previously featured on Miguel’s single ‘Skywalker’, with a video for the track seeing the pair perform a section on top of a police car.

Last year, the rapper was spotted in the studio with Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker, but it’s not clear what has come of the sessions.

13/05/2018 22:34:08
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