Travis Scott’s highly-anticipated new album Utopia seems to finally have a release date.
According to Epic Records CEO Sylvia Rhone, the head of Travis’ current label, Scott is set to release Utopia in June. Rhone revealed the piece of information in a new interview with Billboard—as she was just named their Executive of the Year.
Rhone was asked what we can expect from Epic as a label this year, to which she replied:
“We have a new Travis Scott record, expected to come in June. Last year, Future delivered the biggest album of his 10-year career at the company. How many hip-hop artists can do that and still be relevant? And 21 Savage is probably the hottest hip-hop artist on the street right now. He’s got music out with Metro [Boomin] and with Drake. BIA and Giveon are in the second stage of development right now. And then we have new artists from all over. We signed Tyla from South Africa. We’re breaking a young lady from London named Mimi Webb. We took the time during COVID-19 to really develop new artists, so we have in the chamber a lot of great new talent, and you’ll see them become household names in this next year.”
Utopia stands to be the fourth studio album from Travis, following the 2018 release of his Grammy-nominated album Astroworld.
Travis recently went on the record saying Utopia would drop after his Cactus Jack signees released their respective albums this year, and several of those are already in motion. Don Toliver’s anticipated Love Sick album arrives this Friday (February 24), and Sheck Wes appears to be next in line after that.