Why Travis Scott's 'Rodeo' Might Not be Released This Week

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Last week the buzz around Travi$ Scott's "Rodeo" album skyrocketed but that buzz might be short lived after a recent photo that was retweeted by Scott.

It was speculated heavily across the Hip-Hop spectrum that Tim Westwood may have leaked the release date of the "Rodeo" album. Scott handled it all by not replying to the rumors, instead he's been dropping some tweets here and there that are continuing to build hype for the highly anticipated album.

In the photo below Scott's album master Mike Dean has a white board with a 15-16 track layout including "3500" featuring Future and 2 Chainz.

The photo was captioned "days before rodeo time," and a clever Twitter fan had some fun with the phrase.

Mastering an album is just a few days work, ask Mac Miller who has been mastering his album for almost two weeks now. The fact that all of the slots on the board are empty with the exception of "3500" really doesn't give fans much hope for a release this week as they initially believed after the Westwood interview.

If Scott does in fact release the album soon Empty Lighthouse will have a full review and rundown of the tracks.

In the meantime, you might want to listen to some "Days Before Rodeo" to prepare yourself for the release whenever it happens.

@travisscott days before rodeo time.

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