Travis Scott's melodic "Yosemite," featuring Gunna and Nav, will be receiving the single treatment.
Travis Scott's Astroworld has been one of the year's strongest releases, and as such, has yielded a variety of memorable tracks. With singles like "Stargazing," "Sicko Mode," and "Stop Trying To Be God" already setting an ambitious standard, many wondered what Travis would go with next. Now, it would appear he's selected the Gunna and Nav assisted "Yosemite," a fan-favorite, and spiritual cousin to Gunna and Lil Baby's "Sold Out Dates." Given the buzz surrounding Gunna's melodic, guitar-driven vibe, "Yosemite" feels like an obvious choice.
While "Sicko Mode" seems difficult to surpass, having currently nestled up in the number two spot of Billboard's Hot 100, "Yosemite" seems likely to enjoy a respectable run. It currently enjoys twenty-six million views on Travis' official Youtube channel, and that's but one of many streaming avenues. Throw in Nav on a Learjet and the possibilities are endless. HHNM has confirmed the news, claiming that "Yosemite" will start earning radio rotation later this week. Do you feel like Travis made the right selection? Sound off below.