For Travi$ Scott fans, it's hard to believe what the rapper has to say when it comes to when his debut album will arrive. After a multitude of empty promises regarding the release date of his highly-anticipated LP, Rodeo, it appears that the project will finally see the light of day after all.

During a performance last night (July 15) in New York City, Scott revealed that Rodeo will be dropping Sept. 4, debunking all speculation that his album would be out this week. While this definitely serves as a letdown for fans who were anxiously awaiting a release before August, they'll have no choice but to wait.

A fan caught footage of Scott formally announcing his new release date during the show. "I'm working on my album, Rodeo, right now in New York. My album's coming out Sept. 4. I just finalized that date right now," the "Mamacita" rhymer revealed.

Earlier this week, Scott revealed that he was currently in the process of mixing his album, which he announced in an Instagram post.

Scott has already released his first single "3500," which features Future and 2 Chainz, and is said to have some heavy hitters on the album, notably Kanye West. Hopefully, this date sticks for the Houston rapper because his fans are growing weary and impatient since the album was originally supposed to arrive in March.

Producer Mike Dean is even helping the rapper with his debut. Check out a photo he posted of a dry erase board featuring the start of the track list for Rodeo.

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