To celebrate his 24th birthday, producer Metro Boomin has shared a new collaboration with Travis Scott called “Blue Pill.” Boomin first previewed the track back in December 2014 at Fader Fort/Converse Rubber Tracks in Brooklyn, New York, but fan’s hadn’t heard anything about it since until Sunday.

Boomin shared the track with the hashtag “#daysafter,” leading many fans to speculate that the song may be a part of Scott’s rumored project Days After Rodeo. Listen to “Blue Pill” below.

According to Genius, the blue pill refers to a 1mg Xanax pill, but it might also be a nod to the blue vs. red pill dichotomy in The Matrix or MDMA, one of Scott’s drugs of choice

“Blue Pill” marks Travis Scott and Metro Boomin’s first collaboration since Scott’s 2015 album Rodeo. Last week, the rapper released his remix of Kodak Black’s “Roll In Peace.” Back in June, Boomin released “No Complaints” with Drake and Offset and announced the launch of his Boominati Worldwide label.

Revisit the Metro Boomin-produced “High Fashion” featuring Future below.

In other music news, watch JAY-Z’s full set from The Meadows Music & Arts Festival right here.

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