Travis Scott has dropped his new song “Franchise” and he’s also opening up about why the song wasn’t called “White Tee.”
The 29-year-old singer teamed up with Young Thug and M.I.A. for the new song, which was first teased in a commercial to promote his McDonald’s collaboration.
“Franchise” pays homage to the song “White Tee” by Dem Franchize Boyz and Travis told Apple Music that he originally planned on keeping the name.
He said, “We just naturally, it was just always just calling it ‘WHITE TEE.’ Just, just like, I think I was like the first bar made and we was making a song. It was just like hard and just you peep with me and him and we talk about it. I just, we still call it like ‘WHITE TEE’ and sh-t like that. ‘Franchise’ is always like the name, I think we have on the board for it and it was just fire. We had like a couple circled names we always thought was dope. So, you know, we just went with them, you know. So now you know, it’s just like names is always…so that’s the joint though, man. I f-k with it heavy.”
The music video for “Franchise” was debuted in select IMAX theaters tonight ahead of showings of Tenet.
You can download the song now on iTunes or stream it below via the music video below.
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