Travis Scott performing at Rolling Loud Miami, photo by Beth Saravo

Travis Scott's new album is finally here.

On Friday, the rapper ended a five-year drought since 2018's Astroworld with the release of his long-awaited record Utopia, which he confirmed last week during his headlining performance at Rolling Loud Festival in Miami, Florida. Scott has been teasing the album since 2020.

He had been scheduled to perform a live-streamed concert today from the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, coinciding with the release, but Live Nation earlier this week announced due to "complex production issues," the show could not go on as planned. On Wednesday evening, Scott himself tweeted that the perform "will happen" at some point in the future, but not today.

Earlier this month, Scott released the song “K-POP," with Bad Bunny and The Weeknd. The album also features a massive number of guest features from Beyoncé, Drake, Metro Boomin, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, Sampha, SZA, Future, Kid Cudi, Pharrell, Dave Chappelle and more. 

Hear it now.