Travis Scott has teamed up with Metro Boomin for ‘Blue Pill,’ and there’s one particular line that might make you think Travis is giving his GF Kylie Jenner a shout-out! Listen here.
“Call me up, when it’s over,” Travis Scott, 25, raps on Metro Boomin‘s “Blue Pill,” continuing, “In the hills, we get high.” It’s obviously a reference to Hidden Hills in California, where his girlfriend Kylie Jenner, 20, just happens to live!
As it turns out, the song was written back in 2014, and Metro previewed it at the Fader Fort/Converse Rubber Tracks event in Brooklyn, NY in December of that year. So even though the song didn’t officially get released until Sept. 17, Travis actually served the line way before he met Kylie! Sorry, Kylie/Travis fans — this one isn’t about her.
“Got a late birthday gift for all my supporters,” Metro tweeted on Sept. 17, and indeed, the track is fire. Hopefully Travis will write a real line dedicated to Kylie soon, but in the meantime, we’ll enjoy anything new that he gives us! Click here to see Kylie and Travis’ best pics.
Check out more of the lyrics to “Blue Pill:”
We go up, in the valley
Where they spend mills, on the mayonnaise
Please, hurry up with my valet
Ain’t got no time, no time, no time
No time, no time, no time, no time, pop ’em all
You know, what up
Call me up, when it’s over
In the hills, we get high
That’s why I’m floatin’ off that blue pill, blue dream
It got me like I-I-I-I-I (straight up!)
HollywoodLifers, do you think Travis will ever write a proper song about Kylie? Tell us if you love “Blue Pill” anyway!