Travis Scott's 'Rodeo' Album Fever Heightens After Tracklist & 'Piss On Your Grave' Snippet

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At 23-years-old Travis Scott has generated somewhat of a cult following that just seems to be growing.

You know what else is growing? The hype around his upcoming album "Rodeo," has skyrocketed after the tracklist and a snippet of his track "Piss On Your Grave" have surfaced this week.

Earlier today reports of the Travis Scott "Rodeo" tracklist surfaced after a fan page posted the photo below which appears to be showing the albums outer package and the 14 song tracklist.

If you've pre-ordered the album on iTunes you are aware that there are actually 16 songs on the deluxe version of the album.

Prior to that tweet, the fan page also shared a Vine which featured a snippet of the "Piss On Your Grave" track featuring Kanye West.

Kanye West and Kid Cudi are older artists who have both co-signed Travis Scott and his music. West particular works closely with Scott and the result is a young man with incredible talent and a hunger for chaos at his concerts, he calls it, "raging." Scott's single "3500" featuring 2 Chainz and Future with the other single "Antidote" being a solo effort on his part.

However, both songs feature a hyped up sound that's filled with energy from start to finish.

Scott's music has the ability to give older fans listening to his music an energy they thought they could only get from artists like the Migos and Young Thug. Often times those two acts aren't always seen as great lyricists but they shine in their delivery and energy. Scott on the other hand really has the ability to spit serious bars while making sure the production on his track is good enough to keep you entertained throughout the duration of the song.

He also has the ability to tap into a dark side of storytelling when it comes to drug use and crazy trippy situations like the music video for "Don't Play" a track off of his "Days Before Rodeo" mixtape.

Scott turned an old Western setting into something present, while paying homage to his Houston roots. That will all come full circle when Scott releases his "Rodeo" album next Friday September 4.