Travis Scott's "Drugs You Should Try It" Part Two is Coming, FKi 1st Confirms

Still no release date for ‘Astroworld,’ though.
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One of Travis Scott’s most beloved tracks, the now twice-sampled “Drugs You Should Try It,” is getting a sequel, as one of the song's producers FKi 1st revealed on Instagram, saying, "'Drugs You Should Try It'—we're making part two of that shit."

While the track is a staple Travis Scott anthem, let’s not forget the song was originally intended for Big Sean, who let the track sit on his hard drive until one day it ended up on Scott’s breakthrough Days Before Rodeo mixtape.

The architects behind the beat were none the wiser at the time, as co-producer Charlie Handsome revealed in his Beat Break interview with DJBooth last year, but the song’s compounding success speaks for itself.

Will the second part of the track be an interpolation of the original beat? Will we simply get another Travis Scott verse and some small flourishes from FKi? Will this track prove to be as big a favorite among fans as the original? Will Big Sean be on this version? All unclear, but one thing remains certain: there’s still no release date for Travis Scott’s long-awaited album, Astroworld.

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