Astroworld rapper Travis Scott made his long-awaited return to the main stage Sunday (May 15), performing a pair of hits at the Billboard Music Awards.
In his first televised performance in over half a year, the previously canceled emcee — who BBMA host Diddy had “uncanceled” earlier this week — took the Billboard stage by storm when he performed a new track reported to be titled “LOST FOREVER.”
Also performing “MAFIA” — which released just before the now-notorious tragedy at Astroworld Festival — Scott’s unreleased “LOST FOREVER” is presumed to be the next cut off his upcoming LP. He first previewed the track at the Cactus Jack for Dior Summer 2022 Fashion Show last year, initially starting the rollout for his mythical album UTOPIA. Seemingly slated for release sometime this summer, Scott previously teased the elusive project in April after posting cryptic billboards near Coachella’s festival grounds.
In October, it was reported that UTOPIA was in the final stages of production with Mike Dean handling the finishing touches of the mix and master. Dean has worked on every Travis Scott album since 2015’s Rodeo — further alluding to how long Scott has sat on the record. Dean even divulged to OGM host Hakeem Rowe in our exclusive interview that Travis is “getting back to” the style of Owl Pharoh — his debut 2013 mixtape.
While Travis is continuing to creep back into the public eye — and with a handful of festival performances on the way — UTOPIA is sure to be everything that Scott has promised amid his hiatus.
Watch Travis Scott’s full BBMA performance below!