Travis Scott is in Hawaii adding the final touches to his long-awaited album Astroworld, according to a series of Instagram posts. Similar to how Kanye West took over a Wyoming ranch to finish ye, Complex reports that La Flame has rented out an Airbnb and has been joined by a star-studded team of collaborators, including Mike Dean, FKi 1st, Gunna, Don Toliver, Nav, Amir "Cash" Esmailian, Wheezy, and others.

The news comes days after Atlanta production duo FKi 1st had hinted that the album will feature a sequel to Scott's 2014 track “Drugs You Should Try It.”

Check out some of the social media posts about the album's production below.

There's no release date attached to Astroworld as yet, but we'll keep you updated with all the relevant album info here.

Are you hyped for Astroworld? Let us know in the comments.

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