Andre 3000 Torches Travis Scott's 'The Ends,' Twitter Reacts

Andre 3000 Torches Travis Scott's 'The Ends,' Twitter Reacts


Andre 3000 Torches Travis Scott's 'The Ends,' Twitter Reacts news
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Travis Scott dropped his latest album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, today (Sept. 2), and the project kicks off with an insane second verse that features Andre 3000.

A fired-up Three Stacks blesses the intro spitting: “Today I’mma take a cheque and cancel left/ I guess it’s all survival but please be careful/ I gave up on the Bible long time ago/ I hope they didn’t give up on me, I don’t know/ I came up in the town, they were murderin’ kids/And dumped them in the creek up from where I live/ Bodies, bodies, bodies sprinkled around/ We runnin’ through the sprinkler lookin’ around/ Killer would show up with boxes of pizza/ And said he had a label recruitin’ people/ Put that on my grandma and everythin’/ My homie said he told ’em his name was Wayne/ It could’ve been me or could’ve been you too/ What a memory on me, no need to lose/ What’s gon’ catch up my intertube/ So I could pop a wheelie and walk it too.”

After being delayed for months, why not open Bird In the Trap Sing McKnight with a bang.

Twitter is officially bugging out over ‘The Ends’ intro. Reactions to the album’s intro have been strong.  “Travis Scott came out with the heat,” tweeted one fan, while another person commented, “Travis Scott is the Khaled of artists.” One person tweeted, “Andre 3000 on the first track of Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight lol you guys already lost.”

You can cop Travi$ Scott’s album exclusively on iTunes or stream on Apple Music. Check out some of Twitter’s reactions to the 3K guest spot below.