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Just days after Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner took their baby girl Stormi to Disneyland, reports are now circulating online that the former couple has rekindled their flame.

According to a report from TMZ on Friday (May 21), La Flame and the Jenner sister are back together, but there's a pertinent detail worth mentioning. They're supposedly in an open relationship and can date other people.

Sources say that Travis and Kylie have agreed to get back together, but have a non-exclusive arrangement.

The two reportedly called in quits back in October of 2019, after a two-year long relationship. At the time, insiders claimed they were trying to make things work romantically, but opted to put their shaky love on pause instead.

Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner welcomed their now-3-year-old daughter, Stormi, in February of 2018. About five months before Kylie gave birth, rumors were swirling of her pregnancy, which remained in secrecy until three days after the reality TV star actually gave birth on Feb. 1, 2018.

When the now-billionaire mom announced her pregnancy via Instagram, she penned a lengthy caption, which read, "I'm sorry for keeping you in the dark through all the assumptions. I understand you are used to me bringing you along on all my journeys. My pregnancy was something I chose not to do in front of the world. I knew for myself I needed to prepare for this role of a lifetime in the most positive, stress free and healthy way I know how."

Around the time Kylie and Travis welcomed their daughter to the world, they also shared their journey to parenthood with fans via an 11-minute visual titled To Our Daughter.

The news of the former 2013 XXL Freshman and the Kylie Cosmetics CEO's new relationship status comes about two weeks after the Houston rapper released the tickets to his highly anticipated Astroworld Festival, which caused fans to go into a frenzy due to ticket prices starting at $300.

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The game's been missing Nicki Minaj. On Friday (May 14), the Young Money rapper makes her return with new music.

Nicki finally released her 2008 mixtape, Beam Me Up Scotty, to streaming services but with some additions. This version features some new songs including "Seeing Green" featuring Drake and Lil Wayne, "Fractions" and "Crocodile Tears (Remix)" with Skillibeng.

Following a four-month hiatus from social media, Nicki first announced the new music was afoot on Monday (May 10) via Instagram. She posted a photo of herself seemingly nude covered by pillows that was simply captioned "Friday." She's been continuously promoting the new music in. new posts on social media in the days leading up to its release. She also did an Instagram Live session in the hour before the mixtape dropped that included a conversation with Drake.

This is a welcomed sign from Nicki fans who have been fiending for music from Harajuku Barbie, especially after there were rumblings that she would retire in 2019. The last year-and-a-half has been a life-changing time for Nicki outside of music. Last September, she and her husband, Kenneth Petty, welcome their first child, a boy.

She also faced family legal issues in January of 2020, when her brother, Jelani Maraj, was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison after being convicted of a predatory sexual assault. In February of this year, her father, Robert Maraj, was killed in a hit-and-run accident in New York.

During that timeframe, Nicki has only appeared sparingly on tracks, most notably making appearances on 6ix9ine's "Trollz," Mike Will Made-It's "What That Speed 'Bout!?" with YoungBoy Never Broke Again and releasing her own single "Yikes."

Now, the queen is back.

Listen to the updated version of Nicki Minaj's Beam Me Up Scotty mixtape below.

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Following the news that several of Lil Pump's cars, including his Rolls-Royce Cullinan, were broken into, fans started to find out what has been stolen from the 2018 XXL Freshman.

On Wednesday (May 12), TMZ reported that the 20-year-old rhymer's nail kit was stolen during a vehicle break in on Sunday (May 9). According to reports given to the media publication, Miami PD claims surveillance video caught the suspects looking inside the cars before smashing the left rear panel of the Range Rover and taking a $600 nail kit around 6 a.m.

Another suspect got into a Rolls-Royce Wraith through an unlocked passenger door, however, nothing was taken. A third suspect smashed the rear windshield of the Cullinan, which triggered an alarm that made the headlights and taillights flash. The burglars, who were reportedly scared off by car alarms and fled the scene by hopping over a fence, have not been arrested nor identified.

Pump is not listed in the police report, but his mother is named as the victim.

When the initial reports of the South Florida rapper's break in emerged on the internet on May 9, Pump hopped on Instagram to threaten the unidentified culprits who broke into his vehicles, which were initially believed to be two rides.

"Bro, I'ma catch you," Pump angrily yelled in the clip shared to the photo-sharing platform. Elsewhere in the video, Pump displayed the broken rear windows of two white SUVs parked in his driveway. "Whoever did this, I'ma catch you and I'ma blow your brains out, bitch. I'ma catch your ass, little nigga. Little bum-ass bitch. Step foot in my yard again. I want you to step foot in my yard. I'ma be up for three days straight. Come in this bitch. I fucking dare you. That's a free body for me."

Lil Pump recently started wearing acrylic nails earlier this year, but his new style has not been well received by everyone. In March, Kodak Black threatened to block Pump on social media if he didn't stop wearing nails.

"What's up, Lil Pump. I'm mad at you, lil bruh," Kodak stated in the video clip. "Don't be doing all that fingernail polish bullshit. Leave that for Lil Yachty. Don't do that shit, Lil Pump. See, when Lil Yachty do his shit, he be like, we don't know. But when you do that shit, Lil Pump, it's like you serious. Stop that shit, Lil Pump, or I'ma block you."

XXL has reached out to Lil Pump's team and Miami PD for comment on the vehicle break ins.

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J. Cole is turning his hoop dreams into a reality.

On Monday (May 10), ESPN reported Cole is ready to suit up for Rwanda Patriots BBC for the inaugural season of the Basketball Africa League. According to the report, Cole arrived in Rwanda over the weekend and his signing is expected to be made official on Thursday (April 13). Cole will have his first game on Sunday (May 16) against the Nigeria River Hoopers.

Local Rwandan news outlet The New Times shared video of Cole in Rwanda in what appears to be a gym on their Twitter account.

XXL has reached out to J. Cole's reps for confirmation.

J. Cole played high school basketball Terry Sanford High School in North Carolina in the early 2000s before walking on at St. John's University. He ultimately chose hip-hop but played heavy on hoop themes on early projects like his debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story and The Warm Up.

More recently, speculation has been swirling that Cole wanted to get back on the court. Last August, Cole appeared in Puma commercial where he seemed to be training. Master P, who narrated the commercial, later said Cole was training for a shot at the NBA. "When I talked to J. Cole, he was like, 'You know, big dog you did it. What do you think I would have to do to make it happen?'," said P, who made the pre-season squads for the Toronto Raptors and Charlotte Hornets in the late 1990s. The same month, the Detroit Pistons offered the 36-year-old Dreamville rapper a tryout.

The basketball news comes as Cole is just a few days away from releasing his sixth solo studio album, The Off-Season.

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Travis Scott fans are not feeling the rapper's Astroworld festival prices for this year's festivities and they're making their feelings known.

On Wednesday (May 5), tickets for Travis Scott's third annual Astroworld festival went on sale at 10:00 a.m. CT, nearly doubling from the $179 price point in 2019. This year, access to the event started at $300 plus $65 in fees for the two-day general admission tickets. The two-day Stargazing VIP passes were $725 plus a $69 fee and the top tier tickets, the two-day No Bystander VIP ticket, were $1,000 with a $78 fee. All tickets are currently sold out.

Prospective festival-goers noticed the upcharge and hopped on Twitter to express their feelings about the payment increase.

"2 tickets to astroworld after tax comes out to 733$ I almost clicked submit/confirm then I thought about my kids and clothes I could spend that money on I gotta fire Travis Scott playlist anyways," one Twitter user wrote.

"The Astroworld experience ain't worth no 300 bucks, lmao. VIP is over 1000. That shit better come with a lap dance from Kylie, cause holy shit that's ridiculous," another person typed.

While fans were pissed about the ticket prices, La Flame's fete managed to sell out in less than 60 minutes. Some social media users even went on Twitter to resell their tickets at a higher price than the $300 general admission cost.

Travis' Astroworld festival pays homage to the Six Flags in Houston, which closed in October of 2005. The rhymer initially announced he would be reviving the theme park to incorporate a musical element in 2018.

Astroworld fest is set to take place on Nov. 5-6 in the rapper's hometown of Houston. The lineup has yet to be announced, but given the past acts like Gunna, Trippie Redd, Young Thug and more, it's pretty much guaranteed to be fire. Scott has, however, been confirmed as the festival’s headlining performer.

See more fans' comments about the Astroworld festival prices below.

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Speculation is swirling that Dr. Dre, Eminem and Kendrick Lamar might be working on new music together.

The buzz started when Grammy award-winning producer and Dre frequent collaborator, Fredwreck, posted a photo on Twitter along with the Dre, Em and K. Dot on Wednesday (April 28). He simply captioned the photo, "Beats n Rhymes 🎙 #shady #aftermath," which could simply be seen as a reference to him and Dre making beats and Shady and Kendrick being the MCs.

However, on Friday (April 30), former Death Row artist and Slaughterhouse member Kxng Crooked posted the same message from the photo on Twitter. "Beats & Rhymes," he typed, sans a picture.

That was enough to get fans into a frenzy. On Saturday (May 1), the photo began trending on Twitter with fans assuming Dre, Em and Kendrick had been working on new music. "So we’re getting a Dr. Dre album with possible Kendrick Lamar & Eminem on the same track???? Say ain’t so," one person on Twitter presumed.

"If Kendrick and Eminem rlly have a collab on Dr Dre’s new album I can die of happiness," another person commented.

Eminem and Kendrick Lamar first collabed on the track "Love Game" off Shady's 2013 album The Marshall Mathers LP 2. A new collab wouldn't be too far fetched. Speculation has been circulating that Kendrick Lamar may be dropping his long-awaited new album on May 7 after his label CEO Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith put up a cryptic post on social media. Dr. Dre is also rumored to be working on a new album, the follow-up to 2015's Compton, with reports coming out that Eminem has been working with the iconic producer on the project.

See more Twitter reactions from people speculating about new music from Dre, Em and Kendrick below.

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It looks like rumors that J. Cole will be dropping his new The Off-Season mixtape in the near future may be true.

Late Friday night (April 30), the elusive MC shared an update on the project via his Instagram Story. The message was short but telling. "Just rode through the city to The Off-Season," Cole wrote. "Dawg. Too excited."

Cole's message comes just a couple days after reports of the project dropping in two weeks. On Wednesday (April 28), Dreamville artist Bas shared a social media post that had fans in a frenzy. The since-deleted post contained a photo of Cole in the studio along with the caption, "The Off-Season. Pack your bags. In two weeks." May 14 could be the possible release date for the highly-anticipated project. Cole's IG post only bolsters the evidence that his new release is coming sooner than later.

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The North Carolina rapper first announced the tape back in December 2020, signifying it should serve as a prequel to his upcoming sixth solo studio album, The Fall Off. He shared a checklist of items on IG, which included the title of his label album Revenge of the Dreamers III already crossed out.

The Off Season, It's a Boy and The Fall Off were next it order, with it's a boy possibly signifying the rap star has a child on the way. The post also had fans wondering if Cole would retire as he captioned the photo, "I still got some goals I gotta check off for’ I scram…."

If J. Cole's album did drop, it would be a big moment in hip-hop in a year that has had few. Cole's last solo album, KOD, came out three years ago and broke records on Spotify and Apple Music as well as debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

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J. Cole's most recent album, KOD, dropped just over two years ago in 2018. And now, the rumor mill is buzzing that his long-awaited sixth LP, The Fall Off, could be arriving soon.

Bas, who is signed to Cole's Dreamville Records, uploaded a post to Instagram last night (April 28), which began circulating online shortly after. The image, which has since been deleted, features a photo of a focused J. Cole in the booth. The IG post was captioned, "The Off-Season. Pack your bags. In two weeks."

The upload also included three head exploding emojis and a rocket emoji. It's unclear why Bas removed the social media post, but it doesn't look like Cole nor anyone else on the Dreamville team is confirming an impending release that might arrive in two weeks.

However, that doesn't necessarily mean the effort won't drop. In fact, the Fayetteville, N.C. rapper has been working on the album since at least 2018. On KOD, the outro "1985 (Intro to The Fall Off)" signified that Cole had another new LP in the works. He even released songs like "Middle Child" in 2019, as well as "Snow on the Bluff," "Lion King on Ice" and "The Climb Back" in 2020, which fans thought would be for The Fall Off.

The former 2010 XXL Freshman offered those few loose singles to seemingly hold fans over as they wait for a full-length album.

In 2020, Cole dropped "Snow on tha Bluff" as well as "The Clime Back" and "Lion King on Ice"—the latter tracks appeared on his two-song pack Lewis Street. While fans were eager for all three offerings, "Snow on tha Bluff" received criticism via social media. Many people called out J. Cole for misogyny in his lyrics. He was also accused of indirectly addressing Noname when he described a Black woman who was bothered by racism and police brutality, and its affect on the Black community.

Cole later addressed the critiques he received and appeared to take an unapologetic stance although he commended Noname for the work she's done within the Black community. Cole also admitted to not fully informing himself about the excessive police brutality that had transpired at the time, explaining that he "just be rapping."

Nonetheless, fans have been waiting for a new album from J. Cole for some time, so hopefully their patience hasn't been in vain. Let's also be optimistic that this isn't the last music from Cole as folks speculate retirement may come from the rhymer following the release of The Fall Off album.

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It has been 1,353 days since Kendrick Lamar released his fourth studio album, Damn, in 2017. Now, rumors are circulating that the rhymer could be dropping a project next week.

On Wednesday (April 28), Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith—the Chief Executive Officer of Top Dawg Entertainment—posted a cryptic message suggesting a wait is coming to an end on May 7, 2021. Tiffith shared a 19-second clip to Instagram earlier today with a loading bar symbol underneath TDE's giant logo, gradually loading to 100 percent. Afterwards, the video displays the date: "5/17/21." In the caption for the clip, Tiffith wrote, "5/7//21 THE WAIT IS OVAH!!!!!! #TDE."

Fans instantly jumped into Tiffith's comments demanding that Kendrick be the next TDE affiliate to drop a highly anticipated album. However, Isaiah Rashad, who hasn't dropped a project since releasing The Sun's Tirade in 2016, and SZA, who's been steadily releasing singles and videos in 2021, are also among the TDE artists fans want to hear from next.

One person responded to Top Dawg's IG post, which was also shared via Twitter, and said, "Kendrick not dropping. we need isaiah."

Another typed, "Y’all complaining about 'oh if it’s not Kendrick…. blah blah. Oh if it’s SZA….' Just shut up lol. Regardless of WHO on the TDE roster is dropping, just be happy were eatin’. Everyone on that label is incredibly talented and will drop some heat."

While the video doesn't mention Kendrick by name, the music executive confirmed back in May that Kendrick Lamar is returning to music in a social media post. Top Dawg wrote at the time, "Stay patient king Kendrick will return soon."

There have also been reports that Kung Fu Kenny is rumored to have completed a rock-influenced LP. Bill Werde, a columnist at Billboard, offered some insight into K-Dot's next project.

"Did anyone not named Beyonce release better, more meaningful back-to-back albums last decade than Kendrick Lamar? Are you interested to know that I hear from several friends that recording on the new album may finally be done? And that he’s pulling in more rock sounds this time?," Werde wrote in a tweet.

Scroll down to see more reactions stemming from Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith hinting at a new TDE release coming soon.

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Travis Scott's journey through the music industry has opened many channels for the rapper to achieve success. After earning a No. 3 position on the Billboard 200 with his debut album, Rodeo, in 2015, the Houston native rightfully achieved No. 1 status when his 2016 LP, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, debuted at the top of the 200 chart in September of that year. His 2018 album, Astroworld, was another significant milestone in his career after arriving at the No. 1 spot and spending more than 130 weeks on the chart. The three-in-one production showcased on the Drake and Swae Lee-assisted "Sicko Mode" highlighted how a song didn't have to stick to one formula to become a No. 1 hit. The Hit-Boy, OZ, Tay Keith, Cubeatz and Rogét Chahayed-produced track secured two 2019 Grammy Award nominations, adding to the rhymer's reputation for making quality songs and beats. His catalog has made him an inspiration for aspiring producers crafting Travis Scott type beats.

Three years since Astroworld and "Sicko Mode," La Flame has been non-stop. The 29-year-old rapper's most recent song releases have debuted at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, continuing Travis' string of hits. The Kid Cudi collab "The Scotts" is a mid-tempo ode featuring electrifying synths, booming bass and an alarming blip that stays consistent throughout. Dot Da Genius, Plain Pat and Take a Daytrip are to thank for the production. Shortly after its arrival, both Travis and Cudi saw their hard work pay off, securing the No. 1 slot on the Billboard Hot 100, one week after its release on March 4, 2020.

That same year, the Cactus Jack founder earned his second No. 1 song in one calendar year with "Franchise" featuring Young Thug and M.I.A. in October of 2020. Chase B crafted the distorted bass banger.

Before that, Travis' "Highest in the Room" also landed at No. 1 in 2019. Mike Dean, OZ and Nik D are responsible for the flamenco-inspired trap beats, pounding kick drums and a spicy 808 signature that adds depth to the creation. "She fill my mind up with ideas/I'm the highest in the room," the rapper croons as ad-libs fold into the production, rounding out the track.

The kind of beats Travis Scott often relies on are full of the kind of rage-inducing energy that is showcased at his concerts. Moody synths, atmospheric production and beat drops are just some of the things you'll find. Go all the way back to 2013's "Upper Echelon" to feel the activity of the beat build up to rattling hi hats on Anthony Kilhoffer's production. 2014's "Mamacita" featuring Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan finds Travis, Metro Boomin and DJ Dahi sampling the guitar intro on Bobby Bland's (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right" throughout the booming track. 2015's "3500" with 2 Chainz and Future is more of a twinkling effort crafted by Travis, Mike Dean, Metro Boomin and Mano. Dean, Zaytoven and Allen Ritter shine on the variety of keys displayed on this one.

Mike Dean is the beatsmith who's worked on many of Travis' early hits, whether it's been adding to the production by way of guitars or keys or doing the engineering. Songs like "Biebs in the Trap," produced by Nav; "Pick Up The Phone" with Young Thug, coproduced by Vinylz, Frank Dukes, Allen Ritter and Dean; and "Goosebumps" featuring Kendrick Lamar, coproduced by Cardo and Cubeatz, all include Dean's magic touch. Every track features lighthearted hums led by slow instrumental intros before grandiose, stacked drums overpower the beat, leaving rowdy heart-pumping production in its wake.

With Travis Scott's steady stream of singles climbing to the top of Billboard Hot 100, aspiring producers have begun crafting production similar to his sound. Check out the latest Travis Scott type beats below.

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From the outside looking in, the sneaker buying game is a tough business with bots—automated software that allows people to quickly purchase limited footwear—eating up Nikes premiere shoe-selling app SNKRS. Then, there are resell platforms that hike up shoe prices to more than three or four times their original value. And recently, Sotheby's auction house announced that they're offering up some coveted pairs of Jordan sneakers that rappers have collaborated with to the highest bidder, which will cost a grip as well.

After the success of selling hip-hop memorabilia and collectables, Sotheby's—the same auction house that sold The Notorious B.I.G. crown from the rapper's legendary "King of New York" photoshoot in 1997, which Jay-Z and Beyonce are rumored to have bought for nearly $600,000—announced on Wednesday (March 24) that they will be selling rare sneakers from partnerships with Nike/Jordan and rappers like Eminem, Travis Scott, Kanye West, Drake and DJ Khaled.

The Nike Air Jordan IV Retro Eminem x Carhartt, Nike Air Jordan IV Retro Travis Scott Purple, Nike Air Jordan IV Retro Eminem Encore with Marshall Mathers signed card, Nike Air Yeezy 2 Mismatch sample signed by Kanye West, Nike Air Jordan IV Retro Eminem Encore, Nike Air Jordan IV Retro Eminem Encore StockX version, Nike Air Jordan III Retro Father of Asahd and Nike Air Jordan III Retro "Another One" are all up for auction with bids ranging between $15,000 and $26,000 so far.

With bidding for these sneakers coming to a close on March 29, most of the bids have neared their projected selling rate.

For the most part, it seems like sneaker heads' success in regards to snagging limited-edition trainers at the shoe's original retail price is an art. Meanwhile, others are left spending hundreds and sometimes thousands to get their hands on rare sneakers.

Check out the bids for these rare sneakers on the Sotheby's website here and check out the kicks below.

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Despite the health concerns crowded spaces can bring amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Travis Scott fans are known to form a mob around him whenever he's out in public. And the recent event launch of his CACTI Agave Spiked Seltzer drink was no different.

In a short video clip that has been circulating online, the former 2013 XXL Freshman is seen inside a store being swarmed by fans as he slightly lowers his mask to ask the cashier the price of what appears to be a pack of Doublemint gum. The person who took the video wrote, "Just a goat buying some gum."

In a series of Instagram Story posts shared by marketing company MilkMoney yesterday (March 16), La Flame partnered up with Pink Dot, a prepared-to-order grocery store on Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood, on Monday (March 15) to host a release for his highly sought after CACTI beverage.

While at the convenience store, a mob of fans surrounded Travis Scott as he tried to purchase a pack of gum, while he sat in a CACTI delivery truck signing autographs, on the sidewalk as he told fans he wanted to take a group photo and more.

CACTI Agave Spiked Seltzer officially hit stores on Monday and has already begun selling out nationwide. The CACTI website sold out of all products in less than 12 hours. However, a restock is expected to happen at some point this week.

Stores carrying the beverage have even reported record-breaking daily sales. An unnamed online retailer has also reported that through their delivery platform, the newly launched drink has made up 54 percent of their total seltzer sales. Additionally, the retailer sold as many CACTI beverages in one day as their top performing alcohol does within a week.

The drink was made available at over 20,000 stores with more establishments to receive the drink soon. Over 1,000 stores in Los Angeles received CACTI and hundreds of stores are apparently requesting restocks of inventory. One grocery chain even noted that the drink sold four times more in one day than the leading hard seltzer competitor does at the store in one week.

Public conversation surrounding CACTI Agave Spiked Seltzer was first sparked in September of last year. The Astroworld rapper had been hinting at the alcoholic beverage for a few days before he uploaded an image to IG promoting his song "Franchise" with M.I.A. and Young Thug, which contained bottles of the drink alongside Travis and his crew. There was a billboard for the seltzer as well.

Forbes reported in November of 2020 that Travis Scott was going to be launching a hard seltzer with AB InBev. The following month, Travis confirmed the venture.

By no means does the bag stop for Travis Scott.

See more images from Travis' CACTI launch in Los Angeles below.

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If you need any proof of the impact of Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode," look no further than its certified diamond status.

Off Scott's third studio album, Astroworld, the Drake-featured track quickly became a fan favorite and was put out as an official single three weeks after the album's release on Aug. 21, 2018. Produced by a band of producers including Mike Dean, Rogét Chahayed, CuBeatz, OZ, Hit-Boy and Tay Keith, the single includes one of the most memorable beat flips in recent memory. Three years after its release and the track still slaps like day one.

While we continue to wait for Travis Scott's long-awaited Utopia album, we revisit one of the biggest songs of the last decade.

Check out the lyrics to Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode" single below.

[PART ONE]

[INTRO: Drake]
Astro, yeah
Sun is down, freezin' cold
That's how we already know, winter's here
My dawg would probably do it for a Louis belt
That's just all he know, he don't know nothin' else
I tried to show 'em, yeah
I tried to show 'em, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Goin' on you with the pick and roll
Young La Flame, he in sicko mode

[PART TWO]

[VERSE ONE: Travis Scott & The Notorious B.I.G.]
Woo, made this here with all the ice on in the booth
At the gate outside, when they pull up, they get me loose
Yeah, Jump Out boys, that's Nike boys, hoppin' out coupes
This shit way too big, when we pull up, give me the loot
(Gimme the loot!)
Was off the Remy, had a Papoose
Had to hit my old town to duck the news
Two-four hour lockdown, we made no moves
Now it's 4 a.m. and I'm back up poppin' with the crew
I just landed in, Chase B mixes pop like Jamba Juice
Different colored chains, think my jeweler really sellin' fruits
And they chokin', man, know the crackers wish it was a noose
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[BRIDGE: Big Hawk & Swae Lee]
Some—Some—Some—Someone said
To win the retreat, we all in too deep
Pl—Pl—Playin' for keeps, don't play us for weak (Someone said)
To win the retreat, we all in too deep
Pl-Pl-Playin' for keeps, don't play us for weak

[VERSE TWO: Travis Scott & Uncle Luke]
Yeah, this shit way too formal, y'all know I don't follow suit
Stacey Dash, most of these girls ain't got a clue
All of these hoes I made off records I produced
I might take all my exes and put 'em all in a group
Hit my eses, I need the bootch
'Bout to turn this function to Bonnaroo
Told her, "Hop in, you comin' too"
In the 305, bitches treat me like I'm Uncle Luke
(Don't stop, pop that pussy!)
Had to slop the top off, it's just a roof, uh
She said, "Where we goin'?" I said, "The moon"
We ain't even make it to the room
She thought it was the ocean, it's just the pool
Now I got her open, it's just the Goose
Who put this shit together? I'm the glue

[BRIDGE: Travis Scott, Swae Lee & Big Hawk]
Someone said
Shorty FaceTimed me out the blue
Someone said
Pl—Playin' for keeps
Someone said, motherfucker—someone said
Don't play us for weak

[PART THREE]

[INTRO: Travis Scott, Drake & Lil Juice]
Yeah!
Astro, yeah, yeah
(Tay Keith, fuck these niggas up!)
Ayy, ayy

[CHORUS: Drake & Travis Scott]
She's in love with who I am
Back in high school, I used to bus it to the dance (Yeah)
Now I hit the FBO with duffels in my hands
I did half a Xan, 13 hours 'til I land
Had me out like a light, ayy, yeah
Like a light, ayy, yeah

[VERSE THREE: Drake & Travis Scott]
Like a light, ayy, slept through the flight, ayy
Knocked for the night, ayy
767, man, this shit got double bedroom, man
I still got scores to settle, man
I crept down the block (Down the block)
Made a right (Yeah, right)
Cut the lights (Yeah, what?), paid the price (Yeah)
Niggas think it's sweet (Nah, never), it's on sight (Yeah, what?)
Nothin' nice (Yeah), baguettes in my ice (Aw, man)
Jesus Christ (Yeah), checks over stripes (Yeah)
That's what I like (Yeah), that's what we like (Yeah)
Lost my respect, you not a threat
When I shoot my shot, that shit wetty like I'm Sheck (Bitch)
See the shots that I took (Ayy), wet like I'm Book (Ayy)
Wet like I'm Lizzie
I be spinnin' Valley, circle blocks 'til I'm dizzy (Yeah, what?)
Like where is he? (Yeah, what?)
No one seen him (Yeah, yeah)
I'm tryna clean 'em (Yeah)

[CHORUS: Drake & Travis Scott]
She's in love with who I am
Back in high school, I used to bus it to the dance
Now I hit the FBO with duffels in my hands (Woo)
I did half a Xan, 13 hours 'til I land
Had me out like a light (Like a light)
Like a light (Like a light)
Like a light (Like a light)
Like a light

[VERSE FOUR: Travis Scott]
Yeah, passed the dawgs a celly
Sendin' texts, ain't sendin' kites, yeah
He said, "Keep that on lock"
I say, "You know this shit, it's stife," yeah
It's absolute, yeah (Yeah), I'm back, reboot (It's lit)
LaFerrari to Jamba Juice, yeah (Skrrt, skrrt)
We back on the road, they jumpin' off, no parachute, yeah
Shawty in the back
She said she workin' on her glutes, yeah (Oh my God)
Ain't by the book, yeah, this how it look, yeah
'Bout a check, yeah (Check), just check the foots, yeah
Pass this to my daughter, I'ma show her what it took (Yeah)
Baby mama cover Forbes, got these other bitches shook
Yeah

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The rumblings and murmurs pertaining to Travis Scott's Utopia album calmed a bit recently, but in a new interview, La Flame has revealed that he's currently working on the effort, which will have a sound unlike anything he's done before.

During a conversation with film director Robert Rodriguez for the Spring 2021 issue of i-D magazine, Travis explained, "I never tell people this, and I’m probably going to keep it a secret still, but I’m working with some new people and I’m just trying to expand the sound. I’ve been making beats again, rapping on my own beats, just putting everything together and trying to grow it really. That’s been one of the most fun things about working on this album. I’m evolving, collaborating with new people, delivering a whole new sound, a whole new range."

When Rodriguez asked about Travis Scott's approach to following up the success of his 2018 album, Astroworld, the "Sicko Mode" rapper remained confident. "It’s never about repeating myself, I’m just trying to make the next saga… each album is like a saga. You know, you’re one of my favorite directors. Everything you fucking do man," he said.

The acclaim of Astroworld goes without saying, but the former 2013 XXL Freshman doesn't feel any pressure to deliver an album that will be just as good, if not better.

"I don’t feel no pressure, except to keep the fans alive," he told the publication. "There’s so much more ground I can cover, and I want to cover it, and I love the challenge of it. I want to make a fucking new sound. I might spend days banging my head against a wall trying to figure it out, but once I do it, it’s like ultimate ecstasy."

Scott also revealed that he's still hoping to make his extravagant Houston-based Astroworld Festival happen later this year. Despite the current state of the pandemic, he remained optimistic, saying, "Hopefully we can bring it back at the end of this year. Around November."

While a release date for the album hasn't been shared yet, it's good to know that more music from Travis is on the way.

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Travis Scott is mostly known for his rapping and producing abilities within hip-hop, but he has now transcended into a marketing genius.

In 2020, when most musicians found themselves unable to tour or drop music due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Trav was able to switch gears and build lucrative partnerships with brands like McDonald's, Nike, Sony and more. According to Forbes, his brand collaborations across fashion, food and entertainment netted him $100 million last year.

By cobranding himself and endorsing various products, Travis gained the trust of the people while helping companies tap into youth culture. Since the Houston rhymer has proven himself to be a successful businessman who has secured the bag multiple times, there's much to be learned from his business moves.

For example, Trav likes to tease a product first without advance warning. The 28-year-old rapper did that with his "Franchise" music video last year. In the visual, Travis held a can of his new hard seltzer beverage Cacti without and threw his new brand into his lyrics for the song too. Since then, there's been huge anticipation for the drink, which hits stores in March of 2021.

Travis also likes to put a creative spin on nostalgic brands. For McDonald's, the Astroworld creator revisited his childhood love of burgers and fries. McDonald's rarely does merchandise deals, but that changed when La Flame was on board. Together, they created three different merch drops with over 90 items, including T-shirts, crewnecks, hats, a chicken nugget body pillow, rugs and more. Altogether, the merch sold out within minutes of each release, proving that Travis knows what the youth likes.

So while looking at his partnership deals, his lyrics and other aspects of his money-making moves, XXL highlights the ways not to fumble the bag according to Travis Scott's business moves. You can apply them to your own life to make a deal and, more importantly, secure the bag. Check them out below.

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[Chorus]
Who’s that creeping through my window?
Before you come outside, I got the M4
Took her to the endzone from The Ends, though
Know I love to smoke, you love to lick more
Wanna hit the Jack, then what you call for?
All that out-your-name shit, that ain’t called for, mm

[Verse 1]
Who that creepin’? Know the tint is dark (five percent)
All that fall-in-love shit, got it Kevin Hart (yeah, yeah)
All that speed and fly shit, we might teleport, yuh (skrr, skrr)
All that cop a rack shit, I might clip a sarge, yuh (twelve)
Keep bouncin’ that ass, you just might get award, yeah
If she bad, she get a pass into the tour (passes yeah)
I pick through the family, grab the bad sister like Janet
Opps outside, don’t panic
Gotta switch, gotta change up transit
Still jump around, move antsy
And I still don’t like shit fancy
Up late feelin’ real chancy
They outside really tryna end me, yeah

[Chorus]
Who’s that creeping through my window? (my window)
Before you come outside, I got the M4 (M4)
Took her to the endzone from The Ends, though (yah)
Know I love to smoke, you love to lick more (eah)
Wanna hit the Jack, then what you call for? (yah)
All that out-your-name shit, that ain’t called for (yah)

[Verse 2]
Who the fuck is this?
Met somebody baby mama inside of the VIP
While I’m tryna tip
Shawty said she holding, got a razor in her lip
Mix my cup and twist one up, I love that ratchet shit
She like “I-I-Iced out wrist, iced out, iced out wrist” (iced out wrist)
Fuck don’t kiss, fuck, she fuck don’t kiss (mwah)
Look like friends, but she say they twins (twins)
Jump right in, there’s leg room in this Benz (leg room in this Benz)
Ten miles to the crib, you know that’s deep (deep, yeah)
I think there’s someone out there watching me, yeah

[Chorus]
Who’s that creeping through my window? (my window, who?)
Before you come outside, I got the M4 (M4)
Took her to the end zone from The Ends, though (yeah)
Know I love to smoke, you love to lick more (lick)
Wanna hit the Jack, then what you call for? (yah, Jack)
All that out your new shit, that ain’t called for (yah)

[Outro]
Who’s that creeping through my window?
Before you come outside, I got the M4
Took her to the end zone from The Ends, though
Know I love to smoke, you love to lick more


[Intro: Playboi Carti]
Slatt, slatt, slatt, slatt, slatt
Woah, woah, woah, slatt

[Chorus: Playboi Carti]
Uh-okay, shawty know what’s up, shawty want a rockstar
Shawty want a wokstar, okay, shawty want a rockstar
Uh-okay, shawty know what’s up, shawty want a rockstar
Shawty want a wokstar, okay, shawty want a rockstar

[Verse 1: Playboi Carti]
Walk in that bitch with my toolie, walk in that bitch with Lil Uzi
These bitches they bitin’ they lip, they chosin’, lookin’ like groupies
Fuckin’ that bitch in my coupe, okay
Fuckin’ that bitch in the lot, fucking that bitch in the spot (ooh)
Uh, polka dot, all of these hoes, they mine (ooh)
All of this jewelry, it mine (ooh), all of these bitches, they mine
Feel like Big Sean, yeah, ooh, feel like a don, yeah, ooh
Fuckin’ this bitch, I swear she be lying (what, what?)
White on rice, diamonds ice, came through with the ice
I’m Lil Boat with the Sprite (Lil Boat)
Dynamite, she gon’ blow tonight (Carti)

[Chorus: Playboi Carti]
Uh-okay, shawty know what’s up, shawty want a rockstar
Shawty want wokstar, okay, shawty want a rockstar
Uh-okay, shawty know what’s up, shawty want a rockstar
Shawty want a wokstar, okay, shawty want a rockstar

[Verse 2: Travis Scott]
All of these flows is mine, all of these hoes is mine
Shawty want a rockstar, okay, shawty want a rockstar, La Flame
Out there spendin’ it loosely, bigger the diamonds, I’m juicy
Fuck with the jeans, it’s Gucci, I been out livin’ unruly
Yuh, board the jet, all of the hoes is wet
Yuh, private flex, never dip on the set
Drank, don’t do wine, got two hoes in a bind, yuh
Ass on rewind, put the cash on her spine, yuh
Fill me up, double cup, yuh, okay, shawty know what’s up
Shawty want a rockstar, shawty want a rockstar, okay
Shawty want a rockstar, okay, okay, shawty know what’s up


Lyrics Lil Uzi Vert – Go off

One more ride (ride) one more race (ride)
We go all out, we don’t play
One more ride, one more race
We don’t slow down, ain’t no brakes
I’ma go off (yeah) I’ma ride tonight (yeah)
It don’t matter what we face
I’ma go off (I’ma ride tonight)
I’m the master of my fate
I’ma go off (I’ma go off)
I’ma go off (I’ma go off)
I gotta go now.

Taking off and I’m riding on the road now
Hit the gas, no brakes, gotta go now
Put my life on the line, yeah it’s on me
Blood rushing through my veins, no IV
Ride, switching lanes, you can’t stop me
You can smell the propane when you pass me (propane)
Ride for the gang because I’m the chief (gang gang)
Helicopter hovering, it’s high speed
Chase, drive, straight
I’mma, race, to the, cake
Flame, on it, no chain, on me
All of, us, became, homies.

One more ride (ride) one more race (race)
We go all out, we don’t play
One more ride, one more race
We don’t slow down, ain’t no brakes
I’ma go off (yeah) I’ma ride tonight (yeah)
It don’t matter what we face
I’ma go off (I’ma ride tonight)
I’m the master of my fate
I’ma go offff (I’ma go offff)
I’ma go offff (I’ma go offff)
I gotta go now.

Nine-nine, nine-nine (yeah)
You’re rocking with the ether child in overdrive
Yeah yeah, I-5 to I-9
We go all niiiiight, yeah (straight up!)
Double 0 speed, double 0 Chevy
I hit the fourth gear, hope I don’t drift
Souped up cars all around me
Hot-boxing at a high speed
One lane driving
Bad thing beside me
One more time on the road (it’s lit)
One more time ‘fore we go.

One more ride (ride) one more race (race)
We go all out, we don’t play
One more ride, one more race
We don’t slow down, ain’t no brakes
I’ma go off (yeah) I’ma ride tonight (yeah)
It don’t matter what we face
I’ma go offff (I’ma go offff)
I’ma go offff (I’ma go offff)
I gotta go now.

Gotta go now, gotta go
Swervin’ in my whip can’t slow down
Driving fancy cars, boy I’m on the road now
Automatic start, my Vic take a code now
Yeah, rockstar, heavy metal, no guitar
Why you pay so much for your Nissan? Because it’s GTR
First I shift it, click it, burning rubber like I’m moving dark
Drive at night, I chop my top so I can relate to the stars
Yeah, relate to the stars versuri-lyrics.info
I’ma race you for a pink slip
I got nitrous in my car so tell me what you thinkin’
My adrenaline start pumpin’ so I been stopped blinkin’.

One more ride (ride) one more race (race)
We go all out, we don’t play
One more ride, one more race
We don’t slow down, ain’t no brakes
I’ma go off (yeah) I’ma ride tonight (yeah)
It don’t matter what we face
I’ma go offf (I’ma go offff)
I’ma go offff (I’ma go offff)
I gotta go nowww.
Lil Uzi Vert lyrics
Video off


[Intro: Usher]
Yeah I meant what I said on the first one
Not long then I’m comin’ with the new one
Yeah I know, y’all been waitin’ for a minute
That’s what I do, keep it no limit
G-Mix! Yep yep, Ursher baby
Yeah, yeah

[Hook: Usher]
Make you say uh, no limit
T Scott and Master P with me, no limit baby
2 Chainz and Gucci mane, no limit
Yeah, Eastside Ferg, not the re but the G-Mix
There’s no limit baby
Make you say uh, no limit
I C-Mu-Mu-Murder that, no limit baby
Give you that ghetto D girl, no limit
Just know when you roll with a nigga like me
There’s no limit baby, G-Mix
[Verse 1: Master P & Usher]
More money, more bitches gon’ love ya
I got the hook up, it’s nothin’
I park the Phantom, we fuckin’, I told her friend that we wasn’t
I told her man that we cousins
I made this remix for Usher, did it for Travis and hustlin’
I gave the game to my youngsters
I showed ’em how to get paper
We takin’ trips to Jamaica
I’ve been bout it bout it, since "Bout It, Bout It"
Bad bitches gon’ come up out it
We ain’t even gotta talk about it
No Limit boys get rowdy-rowdy
Shawty bad, I won’t try that
Say she want it, I’ma buy that
All this ice get them panties wet
Ughhh, it’ll ride that
G-Mix, yeah yeah

[Verse 2: Travis Scott]
Silkk The Shocker with the bandana tied sideways (yeah)
Master P, no gold teeth, I got the diamonds in it
I’ve been minding my business, you’ve been minding mine
If the love has no limit, why your ass decline? (straight up)
All these cell phone minutes, all these written rhymes (yeah, yeah)
Just one thing to make this finish if you cross the line (yeah)
Eat, sleep, fuck, sleep, fuck
Yeah, all day, that’s my baby (yeah)
She private, party, to keep me, started
Baby, party, these diamonds, cost forty
All this money gotta count for something (yeah)
Keep that shit no limit, fuck 100 (straight up)

[Hook: Usher]
Make you say uh, no limit
Got that Master P, no limit baby
Give you that black card, no limit (yep yep)
2 Chainz, hold up, Tity Boi
There’s no limit baby

[Verse 3: 2 Chainz]
Okay you’re fine, shawty you know that you’re fine
I pull you out of the line
Then I recline, I put it right in your spine
I make you smile all the time
I pour you wine, I’m puttin’ Act’ into mine
I take it back like rewind
I take you back, put you in back of the Bach
I got my hand on your thighs
I am the ice cream man, no limit
Pull up in a two seater with four women baby
Mouth full of golds, lick you from your head to your toes
All these lame dudes get exposed
Only the real, I give an F how you feel
I spent a check on these clothes
I make a wish on a rose, I got the stars on the roof
I am a dog, I go woof
I am the shit, I am the Pepe Le Pew
I got a rep in the crew
I got a plan with a partna, I got her out of the Honda
I just might get her a tank
I give a fuck what you think
Takin’ selfies in the bank

[Verse 4: A$AP Ferg]
I’m Silkk The Shocker, clothes designer, Fendi, Prada
Mama got the illest nana
Beat it proper, eat it up just like desire
Make me holler "oh my God"
Mommy, daddy, but I’m father from her father
Smoke the coochie up like marijuana
Do the honors, long as she mow the lawn up
Make her scream like "uhhh"
I’m the new Dave P Miller, yeah
Might ball in that chinchilla, ay
Probably try out for the A, ay
Cause I score more than these niggas, ay
Remember them TV dinners
And never go to Nevel’s for the mean dinner, ay
I’ma go with the grilled steak, ay
Swear it feel good to be richer

[Hook: Usher]
Make you say uh, no limit
Got that Master P, no limit baby
If I give you that black card, better show me, no limit
Just know right now it’s the G-Mix
There’s no limit baby

[Verse 5: Gucci Mane]
I done fucked with this one and that one, a white one, a black one
I’ve been there and done that now I ain’t even on that
But these hoes ain’t on shit anyway
And at the end of the day man I don’t even want that
I lucked up then I fucked up and we broke up
Then we made up but I got locked back up
But it ain’t how you fall, it’s how you get right back up
I’m a one man army and my bitch my back up
Now it’s sit ups, pull ups, drips, and push ups
Thinkin’ bout the one who kept it triller
That’s my chick, she kept it realer
None of these hoes ain’t fuckin’ with her
You my private soldier mama, can I call you meal?
It’s truly ain’t no limit bae and I can’t wait to see you
Everything you think you want, know I can’t wait to give
Let’s lay a rock solid foundation bae cause I just wanna build
Your wildest dreams and fantasies, the way that you should live
Like Master P with golden ceilings babe and diamond chandeliers

[Outro: Usher]
Make you say uh, no limit
She put that Master P on me, no limit baby
Got her sitting court side, no limit
Just know how it go if you put it on me
There’s no limit baby
Make you say uh, no limit
I C-Mu-Mu-Mu-Murder that, no limit baby
Give you that ghetto D girl, no limit
Just know when you call and request it
Y’all asked for the G-Mix


itemid=”http://www.directlyrics.com/jeremih-artist.html”>JEREMIH All The Way lyrics

No! No! [?]
You’ll shoot your eye out kid
Merry Christmas

Wait, jingle bells all the way
Aye, on your [?] make that shake
Got about three hoes on my sleigh
And tryna’ tee up Christmas day
Won’t you, won’t you jingle bells all the way
Got all them bells on the shake
Got bout three hoes on the way
Got bout three hoes on my slight
Legs up (Hello Kity?)
Hell yeah (I wanna prove)
It’s giving season (but you got a man)
Yeah yeah (tell him I don’t care)
I’m in the spirit (yeah yeah)
She cool as [?]

I don’t play (legs up)
See my face (hell yeah)
Have a seat (oh yeah)
Make them play (hell yeah)
She can’t wait (yeah yeah)
Still awake (spread awake)
To open yeah, it’s Christmas Day
(jingle bells on the way) all the way!
(on your [?], make it shake) I make it shake!
(got ’bout three hoes on my sleigh) up on my sleigh!
I tried to tee up on this day I give it every day!
(Won’t you, won’t you jingle bells all the way) all the way!
(got them bells all on the sleigh) I give it every day!
(I got three hoes every day) I brought them away
(I got three hoes in my sleigh) Aye!

I keep you close, hallowed in snow
Call your santa clothes
That’s what Christmas for

Hey, I got Gina on the way (on the way)
Got ’bout three hoes on my sleigh (I make it sleigh)
They tryna’ tee up Christmas Day (up everyday)
They tryna’ tee up Christmas Day (up everyday)
Tell them jingle bells all the way (all the way)
Bells [?] make them shake (make them shake)
I got three hoes on the way (up on the way)
They tryna to tee up Christmas day (up everyday)

Tell me what you wish for, should I get off?
And I’ll be right there to set it off
I’ll be right there to deck the halls
Either your love or none at all
And your presence is a present for me
For Christmas or just because
It’s either your love or none at all
Your love or none at all

Christmas!
Oh, I love Christmas
Being obligated to buy shit for people at a certain time in the year
I buy Christmas gifts, but just because, because you’re supposed to
Jesus
Autotune that for me
Jesus
I buy Christmas gifs
Jesus is [?]
I swear to God if you leave my vocals like that
Autotune my shit and put them, put them Travis Scott effects on it


[Intro: Young Thug & Starrah]
Yaaah, oh yaaah
Ooooh, Thugger
Yeah, Travis Scott
Thugger, Thugger baby
Yaah

[Verse 1: Travis Scott]
I pour a four up
I call your hoe up
Just to fuck her and show her
I just went, got my dough up
Pullin’ off and I’m gone!
Then I go and pour four up
Then I roll up that roll up
Then I’m callin’ your hoe up…
(Like Brrrrr)

[Hook: Travis Scott]
Like , pick up the phone, baby (brrrrr)
Like, I know you’re home, baby (brrrrr)
Like, I’m in the zone, baby (Straight up!)
I just poured up a four baby (Yeah, yeah)

[Bridge: Travis Scott & Young Thug]
Never will I cheat on you
Never will I commit treason
Blowin’ a bag on you
Do all of that for no reason
I’ma pull up and murk too
Hittin’ the block and I’m bleedin’
Throwing that Rollie on you
I like the way it be freezin’

[Hook: Travis Scott]
Like, Pick up the phone, baby (brrrrr)
Like, I know you’re home, baby (brrrrr)
Like, I’m in the zone, baby (Straight up!)
I just poured up a four baby (Yeah, yeah)

[Verse 2: Young Thug]
Pour up a four of that Actavis
Lean like my mothafuckin’ granny did
Super Bowl ring with big body Benz
I stack it up now I’m just better livin’
Got screws in my mouth, I’m just preppin’ it
I’m fucking this cash up, I’m not celibate
I’m packin’ it up like a reverend
I need all this cash, I got hella kids
I’ma play dumb and get left in the middle
Back the fuck up, you too little
Hit ’em with three like I’m Miller
I don’t talk to no man in the middle
I don’t talk to no man, I’m just kiddin’
But I did pay my sister’s tuition
I feel lucky, I should play the lottery
Walkin’ off with it, like sonny listen
Mama told me I’m her brightest star
Mama told me don’t hate on the law
Because everybody got a job
Because everybody wan’ be a star
Please believe every motherfucker around here wanna be a part (real shit, real shit)
She gon’ do anything in her power to be with ya’ boy

[Hook: Travis Scott]
Like, Pick up the phone, baby (brrrrr)
Like, I know you’re home, baby (brrrrr, it’s lit!)
Like, I’m in the zone, baby (Straight up!)
I just poured up a four baby (Yeah, yeah)

[Bridge: Young Thug]
Never will l cheat on you
Never will I commit treason
Blowin’ a bag on you
Do all of that for no reason
I’ma pull up and murk too
Hittin’ the block and I’m bleedin’
Throwin’ that Rollie on you
I like the way you be freezin’

[Verse 3: Quavo]
Pick up the phone
Macaulay Culkin’ baby, Home Alone
I thought I was right
Then I had to man up, I was wrong
I hate when we fight
She in love with the pipe
I draped her up in ice, I pour my four on ice
Birds in the trap sing Brian McKnight
Percocet and Codeine please don’t take my life
She had a dream with Celine
So I bought it twice
Young nigga make it right back tonight
Girl you’re so cute and your ass is nice
Drinkin’ on 4 and I’m shootin’ dice
Wrist polar bear, Klondike
And I’m loving all races, hell nah don’t discriminize
Drinkin’ on clean, sanitize
Ostritch seats with the frog eyes
If i ever call your phone baby
Best believe its only one time

[Hook: Travis Scott]
Like, Pick up the phone, baby (brrrrr)
Like, I know you’re home, baby (brrrrr, it’s lit!)
Like, I’m in the zone, baby (Straight up!)
I just poured up a four baby (Yeah, yeah)

[Bridge: Young Thug]
Never will l cheat on you
Never will I commit treason
Blowin’ a bag on you
Do all of that for no reason
I’ma pull up and murk too
Hittin’ the block and I’m bleedin’
Throwin’ that Rollie on you
I like the way you be freezin’

[Outro]
Pick up the phone
I’m in the zone


Yaaah, oh yaaah
Ooooh, Thugger
Yeah, Travis Scott
Thugger, Thugger baby
Yaah

I pour a four up
I call your hoe up
Just to fuck her and show her
I just went, got my dough up
Pullin’ off and I’m gone!
Then I go and pour four up
Then I roll up that roll up
Then I’m callin’ your hoe up
(Like Brrrrr)

Pick up the phone, baby (Like brrrrr)
I know you’re home, baby (It’s lit!)
I’m in the zone, baby (Straight up!)
I just poured up a four baby (Yeah, yeah)

Never will I cheat on you
Never will I commit treason
Blowin’ a bag on you
Do all of that for no reason
I’mma pull up and murk too
Hittin’ the block and I’m bleedin’
Throwing that Rollie on you
I like the way it be freezin’ (Brrrrr)

Pick up the phone, baby (Like brrrrr)
I know you’re home, baby (It’s lit!)
I’m in the zone, baby (Straight up!)
I just poured up a four baby (Yeah, yeah)

Pour up a four of that Actavis
Lean like my mothafuckin’ granny did
Super Bowl ring with big body Benz
I stack it up now I’m just better livin’
Got screws in my mouth, I’m just preppin’ it
I’m fucking this cash up, I’m not celibate
I’m packin’ it up like a reverend
I need all this cash, I got hella kids
I’mma play dumb and get left in the middle
Back the fuck up, you too little
Hit ’em with three like I’m Miller
I don’t talk to no man in the middle
I don’t talk to no man, I’m just kiddin’
But I did pay my sister’s tuition
I feel lucky, I should play the lottery
Walkin’ off with it like Sonny Liston
Mama told me I’m her brightest star
Mama told me don’t hate on the law
Because everybody got a job
Because everybody won’t be a star (Real shit, real shit)
Please believe every motherfucker around here wan’ be a part
She gon’ do anything in her power to be with ya’ boy (Brrrrr)

Pick up the phone, baby (Like brrrrr)
I know you’re home, baby (It’s lit!)
I’m in the zone, baby (Straight up!)
I just poured up a four, baby (Yeah, yeah)

Never will l cheat on you
Never will I commit treason
Blowin’ a bag on you
Do all of that for no reason
I’mma pull up and murk too
Hittin’ the block and I’m bleedin’
Throwin’ that Rollie on you
I like the way you be freezin’

Pick up the phone
Macaulay Culkin’ baby, Home Alone
I thought I was right
Then I had to man up, I was wrong
I hate when we fight
She in love with the pipe
I draped her up in ice, I pour my four on ice
Birds in the trap sing Brian McKnight
Percocet and Codeine please don’t take my life
She had a dream with Celine
So I bought it twice
Young nigga make it right back tonight
Girl you’re so cute and your ass is nice
Drinkin’ on four and I’m shootin’ dice
Wrist polar bear, Klondike
And I’m loving all races, hell nah don’t discriminize
Drinkin’ on clean, sanitize
Ostritch seats with the frog eyes
If I ever call your phone baby
Best believe it’s only one time (Brrrrrr)

Pick up the phone, baby (Like brrrrr)
I know you’re home, baby (It’s lit!)
I’m in the zone, baby (Straight up!)
I just poured up a four baby (Yeah, yeah)

Never will l cheat on you
Never will I commit treason
Blowin’ a bag on you
Do all of that for no reason
I’mma pull up and murk too
Hittin’ the block and I’m bleedin’
Throwin’ that Rollie on you
I like the way you be freezin’