Opinion: Travis Scott's 'Utopia' Tops Anticipation for Drake's 'For All the Dogs'

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Two of Hip-Hop's titans have announced they are releasing brand new projects soon. Travis Scott and Drake are global superstars with countless numbers of hits to their names. The two are frequent members at the top of the charts with ease. Before their drops, the artists' career are under two different circumstances.

Travis Scott has been relatively out of the music world for a little while now. His last project was Astroworld, which came out in 2018. Throughout the past few years since that album, Travis Scott has become a huge figure in different avenues. He has worked with McDonalds, Fortnite, and created his own sneaker brand with Nike. The Houston rapper was also in the news for the tragedy at the Astroworld Festival, a concert that left several people dead.

Then, there is Drake. He has been on a crazy run as of late in terms of pushing out content. Since September of last year, Drake has dropped three projects in total, two solo and one collaborative with 21 Savage. The man has been giving his fans something to latch onto what feels like every few months. Drake has also positioned himself as a pop culture icon. Normally, fresh artists with something to prove flood their audience at this pace.

These two stars have gone through different paths, but are both now on a collision course to see who will claim the summer of Hip-Hop.