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Travis Scott, Bad Bunny, and The Weeknd’s “K-POP” Collab Has


Jul 24, 2023

Travis Scott, The Weeknd, and Bad Bunny have officially joined forces. The trio released a new song together on July 21, titled “K-POP, complete with a music video. In the visual, Scott appears to tease a possible “Utopia” Stadium Tour as he’s seen rehearsing in the middle of an empty stadium. Pharrell Williams also makes a quick cameo, which isn’t surprising considering he’s featured on Scott’s forthcoming album.

According to a press release, the new single “opens up the world” of Scott’s upcoming album “Utopia” and “illuminates his rapid evolution and progression all at once. It finds Travis Scott at the height of his powers as a performer, songwriter, producer, and collaborator proving once again that nobody sounds like Travis. It continues to enshrine him as the culture’s foremost sonic innovator, leveling up beyond comparison.”

The release comes several weeks after Bad Bunny confirmed he and Scott had been working on music together. “We worked on that a while back — and I think Travis has been working on his project for a minute,” Bad Bunny told Rolling Stone on June 21, referencing a collaboration with Scott. “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.”

The news about the new song comes shortly after the finale of The Weeknd’s controversial Max show “The Idol,” which he conceptualized and starred in. Meanwhile, Bad Bunny made history earlier this summer when his 2022 album “Un Verano Sin Ti” became Spotify’s most streamed album of all time. Scott, for his part, is set to release his fourth studio album, “Utopia,” on July 28.

“K-POP” by Travis Scott, Bad Bunny, and The Weeknd


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