The star-studded collaboration appears to be titled “Lollipop,” since the rapper released the cover art of a single red lollipop and accompanied the picture with three lollipop emojis. Scott wrote, “Flame Abe Benito,” adding that the song will be out on Thursday night (July 20).
Last week, the singer announced a live stream event to commemorate the album’s release, which will take place near Egypt’s Pyramids of Giza on release day.
“Flame Abe Benito,” a play on all three stars’ names, was the opener for Travis and The Weeknd, followed by “Out Tomorrow Night.”
The announcement comes many weeks after Bad Bunny, 29, said he and Travis, 32, have been collaborating on tracks.
“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 last month. “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 partnership also came after the Egyptian Musicians’ Syndicate attempted to prevent Travis from launching his new album Utopia on July 28 with a live concert at the Giza pyramids.
The union said it was canceling the event permit because it “contradict(s) the identity of Egyptian culture.”
However, promoter Live Nation informed fans that there had been “no changes” to the scheduled concert in a statement shared with Pitchfork.