Mike Dean is one of the best producers and engineers out there. Overall, he has worked on a ton of legendary projects. Moreover, he has been responsible for some of your favorite songs from some of your favorite artists. From Kanye to The Weeknd to Travis Scott, Dean has truly done it all. Now, however, he appears to be working on the most anticipated album of the entire year. Of course, we are talking about UTOPIA. Scott's next album is supposedly dropping next month, although no confirmations have been made.
There have been various indications that the album is set to drop soon. For instance, Scott has played the album for the Houston Astros. Moreover, there have been some posts from Mike Dean himself that suggest he is mixing the album. That said, fans are now in his social media mentions begging for updates. Not to mention, with some people theorizing a June 23rd release, there is this sense that updates are imminent. However, Dean is telling fans that they need to relax.
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Mike Dean Speaks
In the post above from Our Generation Music, you can find a screenshot of a tweet from Mike Dean. In this post, he says "UTOPIA will be done with when Trav and I say its done. Let us cook." Of course, this isn't exactly what fans were hoping to hear in terms of release dates. However, it does confirm that the album is, indeed, on the horizon. Both of these men are working very hard on it, and that should be very encouraging for all of the fans out there. While some may be impatient, it seems like the wait will be worth it.
Travis Scott's last project Astroworld was a modern masterpiece. It is still heralded as one of the best releases of the 2010s, and rightfully so. However, fans are curious and anxious about how he will follow up on that success. Let us know what features you would like to see, in the comments down below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for more news from around the music world.
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