Travis Scott has made good on his promise and released the long-awaited collaboration with Young Thug. It's called "Pick Up The Phone," and it's a certified summer daydreamer.

The track features Travis, Young Thug and Migos's Quavo all exchanging auto-tuned verses as La Flame shouts his trademark catchphrase: “It’s lit!” Meanwhile, a warped production makes the song sound like it was dragged through a pot smoke-filled field on a hot sunny day.

According to Travis, his label was supposed to send it to iTunes, but as he explains in the song's description, he had to take matters into his own hands.

This song was suppose to go to iTunes but labels are making this more complicated than it actually need to be this was gona be my single but now i'm giving a way for the kids. P.S. They might take this down cause they don't want kids to eat.

It looks like that disclaimer was needed as SoundCloud has taken the track down already. An intrepid Reddit user has your back though as ThisAnacondaDoes uploaded the track to Dropbox. Listen here.

In other news, it was yesterday revealed that Pusha T wrote the McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle.

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