Travis Scott's long-awaited new album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, has only been out in the world for a month and a half, but it seems that the rapper is already back in the studio. But he's not alone in this studio. Fueling serious levels of speculation and hype, Scott took to his Instagram last night to share that he is in the building with none other than Yung Lean.

Though this pairing is certainly inspired, it would not be the first time that the Sadboy figurehead and Scott have collaborated. Scott previously appeared on Lean's album Unknown Memory, and Lean had previously announced that he would be featured on tracks from last year's Scott album Rodeo, though none of his work appeared on the final product. Stay tuned to see what comes next!

Stream Travis Scott's new album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight below via Spotify:

In other music news, Freddie Gibbs has just dropped his first piece of new music since being acquitted for assault charges. Listen to the track right here.

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