Travis Scott Partners With A24 for ‘Utopia’ Film Dropping Ahead of the Album

Travis Scott gives updates for his 'Utopia' album: "I want to make a f**king new sound"

Travis Scott says the album is also a movie

Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack enters a film production deal with A24, and they’re “set out to bring amazing content for the future.” Scott announced the deal on Instagram Monday (August 2), while also revealing that they’ll start by releasing the ‘Utopia’ movie.

“Life is a movie. 

So is this album. 

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@cactusjack and @a24 set out to bring amazing content for the future. Thru film and media. Starting with this,” the “Franchise” rapper captioned a photo of the first draft of the film. 

Scott’s fourth studio album, Utopia, is expected to drop this year. He has been teasing the album since last year. During the second anniversary of his monstrous Astroworld album on August 3 last year, the rapper shared on Twitter a hand-written message thanking his fans and DJs for their support, and he ended the message with “see you in Utopia.”