Travis Thompson Drops New Album, ‘Reckless Endangerment’

blame it on Shake September 20, 2019

Ever since we first posted Travis Thompson back in the summer of 2017, I’ve been following the Seattle rapper’s path. And with each move, he’s managed to elevate his platform and continue to grow a loyal fan base.

The above paragraph was how I opened a post for Travis’ Runaways EP earlier this year. And still, the sentiment remains. Even in the six months since dropping the EP, his stock has grown even stronger.

With all eyes on T² (I’m sure no one calls him that lol), the rapper has now come through with his brand new album, Reckless Endangerment.

“Reckless Endangerment is a misdemeanor. It’s living wrongfully. It’s a charge you get when you’re acting so recklessly you could get the people around you hurt,” Travis says. “That’s kind of what my life is and what all of the homies lives are. We’re on this journey trying to find fulfillment, and we’re all lost as Hell trying to figure it out. To us, Reckless Endangerment is knowing better, but still choosing not to do better, yet never alone. It’s finding a substantial risk, and saying, ‘F*ck it’. Whether that’s right or wrong is up to you to decide.”

Locked in at 15 tracks, including “God’s Favorite,” the album includes a few choice features from Sylvan LaCue, ADÉ, Macklemore, Sir Mix-A-Lot (!!), TDE’s Reason, A-Trak, Prometheus Brown, and a few others.

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