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Today is Travis Scott's 26th birthday. Over the weekend, the Houston rapper was treated to a stellar gift from his lady, Kylie Jenner, who rented out Six Flags and transformed it into "AstroWorld," a theme park from Travis' childhood, also rumored to be the title of his new album.

Now, Scott has taken to Twitter today to presumably tease an upcoming release, stating, "THIS WEEK THE FANS EAT."

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We can only hope this means Travis' long-awaited Astroworld project will be here this week, although the superstar rapper/producer has yet to specify what the fans will be receiving.

As always, you'll want to check back with us for more, and be sure to follow here for everything we know so far about Travis Scott's Astroworld album.

Be sure to also check out how Twitter reacted to Travis Scott's recent NBA performance.

In other music news, Rae Sremmurd are due to deliver their SR3MM triple album this week on May 4.

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