Travi$ Scott is already gearing up to have one of the busiest summers of any solo artist in the music game, but he's also making sure to make room for some of his joint ventures. The "Goosebumps" rapper has been teasing a collaboration album with Quavo of Migos for a couple of months, and it looks like it could be coming sooner than fans anticipated.

The Houston MC sat down for an interview with GQ, where he spoke on a slew of topics, but the highlight for his avid listeners came when he confirmed the Quavo project was definitely real and on the way.

"The Quavo album is coming soon. I’m dropping new music soon. You know how I do it though: I like surprises," he revealed to the outlet during the conversation.

Scott was also asked about a title for the upcoming joint album, but unfortunately, he wouldn't feed into the bait, stating that both of them are "all about surprises."

In addition to discussing the project with the outlet, the hitmaker also spoke on his Birds Eye View Tour, which has been stirring up controversy in the media after a fan jumped off of a balcony at his NYC concert. He was also arrested for allegedly inciting a riot at his recent Arkansas show. The rapper confessed that the tour has actually been "more ultra than what I expected."

Travi$ also speaks on the NBA playoffs in the GQ interview, getting candid about James Harden being considered for the MVP slot, as well as his collaboration with the Houston Rockets for his t-shirt line.

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