JACKBOYS: Travis Scott drops off new EP with labelmates – Download info, reaction
Travis Scott and the Jackboys have dropped off a brand new EP and it is all the rage right now.
The labelmates from Cactus Jack Records, Scott’s offspring music imprint, delivered a seven-track masterpiece to take us into the new decade.
JACKBOYS: Tracklist, where to download
Shortly after wrapping up his tour for Astroworld, Travis Scott teased the idea of releasing a project with his labelmates for a while.
One does not need to have the mathematic skills of an accountant to know that Scott did not need another project release in 2019, considering how much money he made off the release of his third studio album.
JACKBOYS is more of a platform for his artists, Don Toliver and Sheck Wes, to shine at a level higher than hit single rotation.
Scott pulled in some of the trap genre’s biggest stars of 2019, including the Migos’ Offset and Quavo, Young Thug and Pop Smoke, to make a wavy record. This is the official tracklist, sourced from Apple Music.
The JACKBOYS project is available on every digital streaming platform (DSP).
Fan reaction to Cactus Jack new release
Fans have been waiting on this collab release for the longest time. Without warning, Scott greenlit the release of the EP, on Friday, and the world of music has not been the same since. This is how fans reacted to the project’s release:
JACKBOYS IS HARD AF— 🎪 (@RodeoTheAlbum) December 27, 2019
hackers getting ready to find that jack boys carti feature pic.twitter.com/zczj5tqRNt— jor6e and 161 others (@jor6eee) December 27, 2019
I see that "7 SONGS" is trending because people are mad that Jack Boys doesn't have all of the 21 songs on this tracklist. This is the first pack and 7 songs were released. Do the math, 2 packs are left. #JACKBOYS pic.twitter.com/Jn9mT53WZn— Sean Bessette (@Sean_Bessette) December 27, 2019
Travis Scott to Don Toliver on JACKBOYS pic.twitter.com/QOjKIV8m2C— 🎪 (@RodeoTheAlbum) December 27, 2019
NIGGAS LISTEN TO JACKBOYS BUT WONT JACK OFF THEIR BOYS‼️🧐— handcell (@basedgodhansel) December 27, 2019