Travis Scott has revealed in a new interview with GQ that he has been working on a joint album with Kid Cudi. According to the publication, the two rappers have already cut multiple records together, as Scott says fans can expect "some fireness!”

Fans have been calling for a Travis Scott x Kid Cudi project ever since the duo released "The Scotts" back in April. Travis first debuted the collaboration during his Astronomical Tour Fortnite concert.

Scott has long since admitted that Cudi is one of his biggest influences. The two have gone on to work together on numerous occasions over the years, although never to the extent of creating a full album — until now.

Unfortunately, the "Sicko Mode" rapper did not provide any additional details about the joint album with Kid Cudi, so you'll want to stay tuned for specifics. In the meantime, you can read more about Travis Scott in GQ's new September profile, where he also discusses Kanye West, parenting, and his idea of utopia.

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