Travis Scott might be gearing up to drop new music.
The renowned rapper commenced his Circus Maximus Tour in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Oct. 11, in support of his latest album, Utopia, released in July of last year.
Recent revelations from Scott’s Instagram Stories suggest that, just before hitting the stage in each city, the 32-year-old has been actively recording new music.
Screenshots shared on social media by fanpages, such as Travis Scott Daily, showcase Scott’s consistent pre-show recording sessions, sparking speculation among fans about the possibility of upcoming releases. The fan page posted on X (formerly Twitter), “Travis records before every show, and has consistently been previewing new songs at clubs. Wonder if he’s got something on the way.”
One user, @YungJoeWaite, chimed in with an imaginative concept, suggesting, “Imagine an album where each song is the city it was made in on the tour.”
Caught up in the speculation, Scott responded to the user’s remark on Sunday with a cryptic, “R u in my brain or what ????” Adding to the intrigue, Scott later tweeted a photo of his backstage recording setup, presumably at the Bryce Jordan Center on the Penn State University campus, where his next performance is scheduled.
If Scott follows through with the plan to release an album featuring songs recorded in each city on the tour, fans could anticipate a substantial collection of approximately 30 new tracks—surpassing the 19 songs on Utopia.
The count might increase if Scott decides to include additional songs from cities where he has performed multiple shows, including Dallas, Austin, Miami, Brooklyn, Boston, and Toronto.
Scott’s Circus Maximus Tour is slated to conclude in Louisville, Kentucky, on Feb. 5.