Travis Scott's 'Maria I'm Drunk' Finally Hits Streaming Services

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Travis Scott performs onstage at Philips Arena on Dec. 15, 2015 in Atlanta.

Travis Scott's Rodeo standout "Maria I'm Drunk" finally found its way onto streaming services Thursday (Sept. 6). The Justin Bieber and Young Thug-assisted intoxicating tune had been only available to those that purchased the digital version of La Flame's acclaimed 2015 debut album. 

The nearly six-minute Frank Dukes-produced track is currently streaming on both Tidal and Apple Music, but not Spotify as of press time. The 26-year-old celebrated the good news with his feverish fan base on Friday morning (Sept. 7). "'Maria I’m drunk' can finally be [streamed]. It’s been a legit 4 years don’t ask me what took so long !!! I’m just happy I can listen to it," he wrote. 

The "Sicko Mode" rapper is enjoying some downtime with his daughter, Stormi, prior to hitting the road once again in November, when he embarks on his anticipated Astroworld Tour. The North American trek is slated to begin in Baltimore, MD on Nov. 8. 

Stream "Maria I'm Drunk" below.