American rapper Travis Scott finally dropped his highly anticipated studio album Utopia on Friday via Cactus Jack and Epic Records.
Utopia, his fourth album, arrives five years after his last album Astroworld which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Astroworld also contained the Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 single “Sicko Mode” which became his first No. 1 hit.
In 2019, the album was also nominated for best rap album at the Grammy Awards.
Utopia includes the lead single “K-POP” with Bad Bunny and The Weeknd.
Travis Scott was scheduled to perform Utopia at the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt on Friday.
However, according to a statement from Live Nation Middle East, the live-streamed concert was canceled because of “complex production issues.”
Besides the album, Scott also wrote and directed his new film titled Circus Maximus.
According to AMC, the movie will bring a mind-bending visual odyssey to the audience.
Circus Maximus will be available at some AMC theaters on July 27, July 30, and Aug. 1-2.
Travis Scott released five Utopia album covers one by one on his Instagram to let his followers know.
During its release date on Friday, Utopia album covers were photographed by Kristina Nagel and Pieter Hugo.