Travis Scott and Kid Cudi have surprise dropped a new song called "The Scotts." The track debuted during Travis' Astronomical Tour Fortnite concert and has since been released with official visuals and KAWS cover art. The duo also teased another track yesterday, and fans are begging for a collaborative album.

Travis dropped the track near the end of his in-game performance, accompanied by an over the top visual of the rapper blazing through space. Fans didn't have to wait long for the song to officially release, following its Fortnite premier the track quickly appeared on all major streaming services with remarkable cover art, designed by none other than KAWS.

While the rappers have worked together in the past, this is still a notable collaboration for La Flame who has credited Cudi as one of his biggest influences. The title “The Scotts” refers to the partnership of Scott and Cudi, whose real name is Scott Mescudi. Check out the track below.

However, it looks like the Scotts have some more surprises up their sleeves. Fans noted that the new track is labeled under the collaborative artist name on Apple Music. Furthermore, yesterday Travis tuned into Instagram Live with Cudi and teased another collaborative track. The snippet distinctly featured vocals from both rappers, to which Cudi knowingly responded, "This our favorite joint, right?" Check out the unreleased tune below.

Fortnite concerts, new music, KAWS artwork, and more new music? It seems too good to be true and fans are losing it accordingly. Many have been taking to social media to share their excitement and demand a joint album. Scroll down for some of the best reactions.

It's lit!

This is already my favorite album of all time

Let me transcend real quick

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