Travis Scott has dropped his new single “K-Pop” with Bad Bunny and The Weeknd, along with the official music video for the track, which features a cameo from Pharrell Williams. The song marks Bad Bunny’s first time working with both artists; Scott and the Weeknd have previously joined forces on numerous tracks including “Pray 4 Love” and “Skeletons,” and more.
“K-Pop” is the first single off Scott’s upcoming album Utopia, and follows “Down in Atlanta,” featuring Pharrell Williams, and “Ring Ring,” with Chase B. According to a press release, the new single “opens up the world” of Scott’s upcoming album, and “illuminates his rapid evolution and progression all at once. It finds Travis Scott at the height of his powers as a performer, songwriter, producer, and collaborator proving once again that nobody sounds like Travis. It continues to enshrine him as the culture’s foremost sonic innovator, leveling up beyond comparison.”
Utopia is available for pre-order at shop.travisscott.com, and includes five unique album covers as a part of vinyl, CD and merchandise box sets. No release date for Utopia has been confirmed.
Check out the video for K-Pop – here.
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