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Alongside the release, a new accompanying movie called Circus Maximus has also come to cinemas today.
Listen to ‘Utopia’ and see the full list of credits below.
1. ‘HYAENA’ – produced by Travis Scott
2. ‘THANK GOD’ (Feat. Swae Lee) – produced by Travis Scott, Kanye West, Allen Ritter, BoogzDaBeast, WondaGurl and FNZ
3. ‘MODERN JAM’ (Feat. Teezo Touchdown) – produced by Travis Scott and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo
4. ‘MY EYES’ (Feat. Bon Iver & Sampha) – produced by Travis Scott, Justin Vernon, Wheezy, WondaGurl, Vegyn and Buddy Ross
5. ‘GOD’S COUNTRY’ – produced by 30 Roc and Dez Wright
6. ‘SIRENS’ (Feat. Swae Lee) – produced by Justice & KrishnaMusic
7. MELTDOWN (Feat. Drake) – produced by Coleman, BNYX, Boi-1da, Vinylz and Tay Keith
8. ‘FE!N’ (Feat. Playboi Carti & Sheck Wes) – produced by Travis Scott
9. ‘DELRESTO’ (ECHOES) (Feat. Beyoncé) – produced by Hit-Boy and umru
10. ‘I KNOW?’ – produced by Coleman and OZ
11. ‘TOPIA TWINS’ (Feat. 21 Savage & Rob49) – produced by Travis Scott, Wheezy and Cadenza
12. ‘CIRCUS MAXIMUS’ (Feat. The Weeknd) – produced by Travis Scott and Noah Goldstein
13. ‘PARASAIL’ – produced by Travis Scott, Jahaan Sweet, Buddy Ross and Vegyn
14. ‘SKITZO’ (Feat. Young Thug) – produced by Boi-1da, Jahaan Sweet, Nik Dean and Coleman
15. ‘LOST FOREVER’ (Feat. Westside Gunn & James Blake) – produced by Travis Scott, Dom Maker, James Blake and The Alchemist
16. ‘LOOOVE’ – produced by Travis Scott
17. ‘K-POP’ (Feat. The Weeknd & Bad Bunny) – produced by BNYX®, Boi-1da, Illangelo, Jahaan Sweet and DVLP
18. ‘TELEKENESIS’ (Feat. Future & SZA) – produced by Travis Scott and BoogzDaBeast
19. ‘TIL FURTHER NOTICE’ (Feat. 21 Savage and James Blake) – produced by Metro Boomin
Alongside the news of the new album, it has also been revealed that Travis Scott‘s ‘Utopia’ launch concert and livestream from the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt have officially been cancelled.
Refunds for the concert and live-stream, which was set to take place on July 28, are now being issued to all ticket holders via their point of purchase, per Live Nation.
The cancellation comes the Egyptian Musicians Syndicate appeared to announce earlier this month that the show would no longer go ahead due to safety concerns and “peculiar rituals performed by the star during his performance, contradicting our authentic societal values and traditions.”
Last week, Live Nation issued a statement refuting the claims, saying: “There have been no changes to Travis Scott’s show in Egypt; any reports to the contrary are false.”
The cancellation was then confirmed by Live Nation Middle East on social media, and is due to “complex production issues”.