Travis Scott’s Astroworld Is A Musical Extravaganza
Travis Scott has officially released his new album Astroworld, on August 3, 2018. This album can be streamed via Apple Music or Spotify. This new album follows Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, (Scott’s 2016 LP), and Huncho Jack, ( 2017 collaborative record with Migos’ Quavo) and Rodeo2015.
Acques Berman Webster II known as Travis Scott is a 26-year-old Texan rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer. He has all qualities of an emerging musical star. His recent album “Astroworld” stands out for its outstanding and flawless production.
This medley of musical masterpieces releases all-inclusive pieces of music featuring guitars, trap drums, synths, piano and many more. A list of featured artists lines down the album’s menu including: John Mayer, Frank Ocean, Pharrell, Drake, the Weeknd, James Blake, Kid Cudi, Tame Impala, Stevie Wonder, Sremmurd and Migos. “Astroworld” is a promising -summer offering with 17 unique soundtracks. These musical geniuses are and will resonate pleasingly at every teen space as well as on both public and private places.
The Performers of Astroworld:
Recognized celebrities have toiled to bring Astroworld out, like Drake on “Sicko Mode”, Frank Ocean on “Carousel: and both John Mayer and Thundercat on “Astrothunder”. The album track “Skeletons” is a creative work of Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker with assistance from The Weeknd and Pharrell Williams. “Stop Trying to Be God” features James Blake, Kid Cudi, and Stevie Wonder.
Previously Travis Scott has presented his two musical albums ‘Birds in the Trap Sing Mc Knight’ and ‘Rodeo’. Both of them were showcased late night boom. But Astroworld has now deviated from the reflecting morning bloom. Travis does this with a refreshing energy in most of his songs. His subjects like drugs, sex and swag are nothing novel in the teenage music genre. But in Astroworld they are offered with a mature perception. “Stop Trying to Be God” is one genuine example of the in-depth philosophy of life and living. You can listen to your preferred ideas among an indie-trap with Kid Cudi, and a harmonica solo from Stevie Wonder.
Travis Scott, Coffee Bean and Kylie Jenner:
“Coffee Bean” the jazz-rap closer offers a preview of the Travis Scott-Kylie Jenner relationship. It seems that Scott’s lifestyle is well defined by the terms stirring and go-go. Astroworld is Scott’s first solo album since the birth of his daughter, Stormi Webster, with Kylie Jenner.
Paparazzo David LaChapelle crafts both covers of Astroworld. David has a good name in designing covers for famous Whitney Houston; Blink-182. A controversy arose over an adjustment in one of the Astroworld over. This happened when the videographer swapped Trans model/artist Amanda Lepore from one cover. Later Chapelle armored his revisions clearly. He declared that the alteration was carried out because Amanda just outshone the rest. He further clarified that this editing has no correlation with discrimination issues.
Something is missing:
“Astroworld” is generated by a drivable lyricist. Moreover his, self-tweaked delivery adds flavor to the surroundings. But a captivating tale is still lacking in the upcoming Ace star’s collections. To get versatile acclaim from the audience, Travis Scott has to come out of his usual contended young dude variety.
“Astroworld” is geographically loyal. This Houston boy has named his Album after a redundant Houston amusement park. These Southern rap themes sometimes feel strewn but the album overcomes this problem through a synchronized momentum. This smoothly flows around in the air. This 17-track package has some off-fits in it. The definition of tracks like puerile“NC-17” and “Houstonfornication” is poor. Yet, in spite of this losing end the album retains its métier.
Besides all those fullers, the highly spirited tracks of Astroworld are armoring Travis Scott as the prospective award winner of 2018. He is one of the heartthrobs of millennial teens. And Astroworld has occupied the topmost shelf of best-seller records so far.