The rapper didn't reveal the features ahead of time, but instead chose to break down each assist one by one as he and his .Wav co-host Chase B. discussed the album track by track. André 3000 showed up on the album's opening cut and the features only stacked up from there as major players like Kid Cudi, Swizz Beatz, and Kendrick Lamar popped up on the album.
Plenty of newcomers and rising stars alike had their chance to shine on the album with mysterious Toronto rapper and producer Nav popping off on "Biebs in the Trap." Meanwhile, Bryson Tiller and 21 Savage all had their chance to shine on "First Take" and "Outside," respectively. In a surprising twist, Cassie lended her sultry falsetto to "SDP Interlude."
One of the biggest surprises came when Kendrick Lamar showed up on "Goosebumps." "It's crazy how we got these legends on the album," Scott told his .Wav listeners. "It's so dope how they came to Trav world and turned up. Kendrick turned up…This is the illest rapper in the fucking game."
Shortly after Scott took us through the whole album, he jumped on Twitter to give a special shout-out to all of those who helped him create the project in someway listing off Kanye West, Madonna, James Blake, and The Weeknd.
For ur help
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) September 2, 2016
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