Listen to Travis Scott's "fake" album while you still can

An unauthorized album emerged Friday morning.
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Travis Scott tweeted out Friday morning that the newly circulating Day Before Birds album was not given his stamp of approval.

A 10-track album was released on both Spotify and Apple Music early Friday.

A representative for Travis Scott told Fader that the release of the project was unauthorized and that they are taking action to get it removed from major streaming sites. The rep also added that how this all played out is still a mystery to them.

As of Friday afternoon, the album is still up on Spotify under T.I.'s Grand Hustle Records, and includes songs that didn't make the cut for Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight.

However, some tracks have been previously released in other formats, including "RaRa"with Lil Uzi Vert and "Uber Everywhere," Travis Scott's take on the viral Madeintyo track.

The club-ready "Oh Me Oh My" is another re-released item that can be dowloaded via DJ Snake's Encore if the album disappears completely. Migos supply additional rhymes and ad-libs and G4shi offers up his vocals on this high-energy track.

Other guests on the album include Wale, PARTYNEXTDOOR and Young Thug. Thugger was the only feature overall on Travis Scott's Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, which has only been out for a little over a month now.

If you can grab a listen before it's not too late, ringing in the weekend with the seamless back-and-forth track "Yah Yah," which features Thugger, wouldn't be such a bad idea. But, if you are seeking a more chill anthem, "The Hooch" will be your best bet.

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