Travis Scott and Pharrell Williams' Snippet of New Collab Leaked Ahead of 'Utopia' Release
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Late last month, the 'SICKO MODE' rapper and the 'Happy' hitmaker were spotted hanging out together in a studio, seemingly working on the former's long-awaited follow-up to his 2018's 'Astroworld'.

AceShowbiz - It looks like Travis Scott (II) and Pharrell Williams will soon release new music. The duo have sent the Internet into a frenzy as a snippet of their upcoming collaboration has surfaced on social media ahead of Trav's long-awaited album "Utopia" release.

On Wednesday, September 14, a video surfacing online sees a bunch of partygoers dancing to what appears to be Travis and Pharrell's new music. Though the lyrics are not clear due to the crowd's scream, the song's groove is incredibly catchy.

Upon noticing the leaked snippet, one fan wrote on Twitter, "Utopia gon be amazing." Another excited fan exclaimed, "HOLY S**T THIS IS MAGICAL WHEN WE GETTING THIS F**KKKKKK." A third noted, "THATS GROOVY," while someone else asked, "OMG OMG WHEN WILL UTOPIA BE DROPPED????"

Travis has yet to officially announce when fans can expect to hear his long-awaited follow-up to 2018's "Astroworld". However, a new photo of the Cactus Jack artist kicking it in the studio with his past collaborator gave hints about what kind of sounds fans will be hearing on "Utopia".

Late last month, Travis was spotted hanging out in a studio with Pharrell. In the image, which first emerged on August 27, both La Flame and Skateboard P could be seen rocking ear-to-ear smiles near an electronic keyboard.

Pharrell has notably appeared on some of Travis' most critically acclaimed albums, including the expanded edition of his defining 2015 project "Rodeo" for the ear-worm track "Flying High", which he co-produced with Mike Dean, Travis and Allen Ritter. The "Happy" hitmaker also notably appeared on Travis' Billboard 200-topping album "Astroworld" as a featured guest on deep cut "Skeletons" alongside The Weeknd and Tame Impala.

Earlier this month, Pharrell debuted two new songs, "God's Country" and "Lost Forever", during his packed shows at London's O2 Arena. Immediately following his performances, the 49-year-old musician shared a photo dump signaling his intent to complete the project. As for Travis, the "SICKO MODE" rapper recently announced his upcoming "Road to Utopia" Las Vegas residency at Zouk nightclub, which will kick off on September 17.

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