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Travis Scott has generated more excitement for his long-anticipated Utopia album that some fans believe could be coming soon.

On the weekend, the Cactus Jack rapper was the main performer on day two of 2022’s Festival Primavera in Chile He had the pleasure of performing the presence to one of his top artists.

In the final moments of his set La Flame took a moment to pay tribute to Bjork who also played at the festival and also praised the Grammy-nominated Icelandic artist as one of the “biggest inspirations.”

“I want to say one thing before I go,” the singer told the crowd. “One of my most loved performers in the world is tonight. Bjork is performing tonight. She’s one of my main motivations to do my job. I’m thrilled to be able to sing in front of her. Bjork, I fucking love you so muthafucking much.”

Despite his attempt to alter her pronunciation (which is called “Byork”), Travis Scott’s affection for Bjork has sparked speculation about the release of his fourth album, which is highly anticipated. The eagle-eyed fans have noticed that this Volta vocalist had released his album Utopia on the 24th of November 2017, prompting speculation that Travis’ new album is set to be released around the same day in 2018.

“Bjork has released an album named ‘Utopia’ which dropped 2017 November 24th,” one fan account tweeted using an emoji with a thinking face and eyeballs emojis, and another account tweeted: “Travis got us making the most sad strorylines to speculate about the release date. #FREEUTOPIA.”

Travis Scott has yet to give any details on Utopia however, Travis Scott has released a number of teasers over the past few time. While on Travis Scott’s Road to Utopia residency in Las Vegas in September, Travis Scott Houston native unveiled a selection of brand new tracks, including collaborative tracks with Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Kid Cudi and Pharrell.

Prior to that, he offered fans an idea of the album’s style by saying it was an brain-bending listening experience. “I’m in this new album mode where it’s like psychedelic rock,” he said to the magazine WWD in June. “Even just like the field of cactuses and mushrooms, you might get tripped out.”

After his sold-out performances in London’s O2 Arena in August -his first headline show following the deaths of 10 people in the Astroworld Festival in November 2021 -The O2 Arena in London – Travis said the show that he’d “be back when it’s album time.” Travis added in his Instagram: “Now to finish [CD emoji].”

Travis Scott Gives Fans Rare Update On ‘Utopia’ & Its Meaning

Travis Scott’s latest album, Astroworld was released in August 2018 and quickly became his biggest single thus far. With appearances by Drake, 21 Savage, Frank Ocean and many more the album was released at the top of the charts at No. 1 . Billboard 200 with 537,000 first-week units. Its diamond-certified smash, “Sicko Mode,” was his first hit single to reach the top of the Billboard Hot 100.

It was also coincidental that The Astroworld song “No Bystanders” contained a sample of Bjork’s song from 1997 “Joga.”

While the anticipation in anticipation of Utopia continues, Travis Scott fans can anticipate appearances on Pharrell’s newest track “Down in Atlanta,” which will be released this Friday (November 18) as well as Metro Boomin’s Heroes and Villains album that drops on the 2nd of December.

La Flame has also been selected to produce an executive version of the upcoming biopic about DJ Screw, the former Houston Hip Hop pioneer DJ Screw who was the source of his appropriately woozy Astroworld track “R.I.P. Screw.”