Travi$ Scott Will 'Release His Album at the End of the Summer,' Says T.I.

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Travis Scott performs onstage at The Fader Fort Presented by Converse during SXSW on March 21, 2015 in Austin, Tx.

The rapper released his new single '3500' after Summer Jam debut.

Travi$ Scott is prepping to release his upcoming album, Rodeo, this summer, according to T.I. The Grand Hustle boss man, who's been in the studio with Scott, tells Billboard that "he's about to release his album at the end of the summer."

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The rapper teased a taste of the album when debuting his new single, "3500," at Hot 97’s Summer Jam on Sunday, June 7. Most of the traction from the performance revolved around Travi$ Scott rushing a photographer off stage. "Get your fucking nerdy ass off the stage. You, off!" he told the photographer, who claimed he was with Hot 97.

Scott later took to Twitter to apologize.

After the performance, Scott released the official 7-minute audio version of the single, which features Future and 2 Chainz, and is produced by Metro Boomin', Zaytoven and Mike Dean. Listen below:

T.I. continued to say that Rodeo will "probably going to be one of the most talked about projects and probably one of the most highly revered solo albums probably since Kendrick [Lamar] [To Pimp A Butterfly]."

A rep for Travi$ Scott did not respond to a request for comment at time of publishing.