Travis Scott’s ‘KPOP’ Features the Weeknd and Bad Bunny

Travis Scott’s fans were happy to hear he would work with The Weeknd and Bad Bunny on a new music project. The three skilled singers are going to work together on a new song called “KPOP,” which has made their fans very happy. Their social media accounts recently gave hints about this surprising partnership.

On Wednesday, July 19, Scott shared the news on Instagram with two interesting pictures. The cover art was simple but eye-catching. On the first slide, there was a red lollipop, and on the second slide, there was graffiti art with the song’s title. Scott wrote “Flame Abe Benito Out Tomorrow Night” in the caption. He shared the post with the other two artists as a collaboration using Instagram’s collaborative tool.

Scott’s website says that the song “KPOP” will be out on July 20, along with a preview with three lollipop emojis. Fans were surprised to see The Weeknd, also known as Abel Tesfaye, on the song, but there had been reports for a few weeks that Scott and Bad Bunny might work together on something.

After Bad Bunny confirmed that he had been making music with Scott, the news of this collaboration came out. In an interview with Rolling Stone, the latter also said they would work together. Bad Bunny said, “We worked on that a while back — and I think Travis has been working on his project for a minute. I don’t know if maybe I’ll release a song [this year] if I like it enough, but I don’t think so. I said this year was for resting.”

Travis Scott is getting ready to release “Utopia,” his much-anticipated fourth studio record, on July 28. Since “Astroworld,” which came out in August 2018, this is his first record to come out in five years.