During the first night of his “Road To Utopia” experience at Zouk Las Vegas, Travis Scott previewed a variety of unreleased collaborations starring Kid Cudi, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, and Pharrell.
On Saturday, September 17, Scott’s seven-night “Road To Utopia” residency at the Zouk nightclub in Las Vegas began. There, the rapper gave his fans a sneak peek at some unreleased collaborations.
One of the songs, “Out of My Mind,” was a Kid Cudi duet that was first hinted two years ago, according to Complex. Below are fan-shot videos of the teases.
Scott posted a black and white snapshot of himself and Pharrell to his Instagram in conjunction with the in-house peek of his collaboration with the musician.
Early last year, Scott started teasing his upcoming fourth studio album, “Utopia.” Scott stated in a conversation with i-D Magazine that he was “trying to extend the sound.”
After the incident at Astroworld in November 2021, Scott deleted any references to “Utopia” from his social media accounts. Just six weeks later, Scott seemed to be back to promoting the album, adding the phrase to his Instagram bio once more.
Scott gave his first significant headlining performance since Astroworld last month. The performer gave two sold-out performances at London’s O2 Arena, where he also sang ‘God’s Country,’ a previously unheard song with Kanye West that was also taken from ‘Utopia.
The following record will be “Astroworld,” which was released in 2018. Jordan Bassett of NME gave Scott’s third solo studio album five stars and praised it as “a lush, nuanced, immensely accomplished album.”