Massive Travis Scott Head Installed Atop Landmark Music Shop In Hollywood

Alright, something is definitely happening. Whether or not Astroworld is finally dropping is beyond us but Travis Scott definitely has something planned. If he didn’t he wouldn’t have pulled this stunt.

Fans started reporting today about sightings a massive Travis Scott head being installed on top the classic Amoeba Music store in Los Angeles. A Hollywood landmark, the shop has been operating since 2001, advertising themselves as the world’s largest independent record store. If somebody wanted to get people talking, they would absolutely consider installing a giant representation themselves on top the building, which is exactly what Travis Scott just did. 

The golden statue features only Travis’ head and his personal photographer shared an image it on his Instagram page. While this does not mean that Astroworld is on the way as it could just be something cool La Flame had in mind, it has started rumors among his fanbase that the long-awaited album could be dropping imminently.

Producer and engineer Mike Dean has been sharing footage himself mixing a secret project, which many assume is Astroworld. If we’re simply looking at this image, it doesn’t say anything. However, with the context surrounding the mysterious album, this could be the biggest hint yet at it finally being distributed to our devices. Do you think this means anything?

Drake's Baby Mother Pledges To Hide Their Kid From The World

Sophie Brussaux is tired misdirecting the flow conversation in the comment section her “art posts.” Drake’s baby mother wasn’t hiding her bump leading to her pregnancy, but she sure played her part in keeping baby Adonis a mystery to the world. Since Drake came out with it on “Emotionless,” people felt the onus was on her to complete the unveiling. Well not so fast vultures, the rightful guardian is going to hide the world from her kid, the way Drake so aptly put in words on Scorpion.

In an Instagram exchange occurring in the comment section a post documenting the material choices she’s made in her sculptures, Sophie denied a user the satisfaction an easy quip. A user named @streetwexr rudely fered: “How about we do a deal, you show us Adonis and I’ll pretend to care about your sculptures?”

The user utilizing their best “Twitter Finger” reflexes probably never expected Brussaux to clap back rather expediently, or at all. Brussaux replied politer than expected in saying,”how about that deal: you unfollow so you don’t have to see my sculptures, bc I won’t expose my son to Internet weirdos, have a good day sir.”

If you’re up at night sleepless because you can’t make out Drake’s child from the next toddler, get your life in check.