Travis Scott has finally dropped some eagerly awaited new music. La Flame dropped the tracks on his SoundCloud last night, with fellow ad-lib enthusiast Playboi Carti over a booming trap beat on "Green & Purple." Murda Beatz jumps on the ethereal beat for "Butterfly Effect" - sort of reminiscent of "The Hooch" - but it's definitely "A Man" which is slapping the hardest.

Take a listen to La Flame's three new tracks below.

Scott dropped the tracks while currently still on his "Birds Eye View" tour, which has been notoriously lively to say the least. After getting fans to jump from balconies at one of his shows, the Houston rapper was arrested while on stage in Arkansas for "inciting a riot" at his most recent show. Along with those antics, he's been clocking up some strong feature spots, jumping on Frank Ocean's recent track "Lens," and alongside SZA in her brilliant track "Love Galore."

Watch the visuals to "Love Galore" below.

In other music news, watch James Blake perform a stirring cover of Frank Ocean's "Godspeed" here.

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