Travis Scott is collaborating with The Weeknd and Bad Bunny in his upcoming music; Know more

Travis Scott announced brand-new songs with The Weeknd and Bad Bunny, making the fans go crazy because they weren’t expecting this collaboration. The three singers have recently teased fans on their social media accounts about their planned collaboration on the song KPOP.

On Wednesday, July 19, Scott shared two photographs on Instagram to reveal both new music as well as an intriguing collaboration with The Weeknd and Bad Bunny. The song’s title was written in graffiti art on the second slide of the modest cover art, which also included a red lollypop as its initial slide. With the hashtag “Flame Abe Benito Out Tomorrow Night,” the three musicians sent a joint Instagram message.


The song’s title, KPOP, and three lolipop emojis in addition to the words are hinted on Scott’s website. The post states that the song will be released on July 20. While reports of a potential collaboration between Scott and Bad Bunny had surfaced weeks earlier, fans were nonetheless delighted to see The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, as an artist on the song.

The information was released a few weeks after Bad Bunny acknowledged that he and Scott had been collaborating on music. In an interview, the latter acknowledged working with Scott.