After two years of teasing, Travis Scott's third studio album Astroworld has arrived. Though Scott shared two versions of the Dave LaChapelle-photographed album art, the official streaming cover appears to be the daylight version.
Though there are no credited features on the tracklist, Genius reports that it features appearances from the likes of Frank Ocean, Drake, The Weeknd, Swae Lee, James Blake, Kid Cudi, 21 Savage, Nav, Sheck Wes, and more. It's also got production credits from Tame Impala, John Mayer and Thundercat. Stevie Wonder pops up for a harmonica solo toward the end of "STOP TRYING TO BE GOD."
The album does not include the Kanye and Uzi-featuring single "Watch," which Scott dropped back in May, nor does it feature the rumored sequel to "Drugs You Should Try It." Ahead of the album's release, Scott debuted a handful of new songs at Lollapalooza, including "5% TINT." Peep some footage from that, and stream the album in its entirety, below.