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Watch Travis Scott Tease Another New Song And Get You Even More Excited For Rodeo

Get ready for the 'Night Show.'

We still don't know exactly when to expect Travis Scott's debut album, Rodeo, but he's been dropping crumbs of music for fans to eat up while the waiting game continues.

According to The Fader, after his set Saturday night, in Dallas at JMBLYA, La Flame rocked an afterparty, where he hit the stage again and debuted a new track, which looks like it's called "Night Show."

In addition to the video that Travis retweeted, a fan captured a clip of the new joint playing.

It's being reported that the song features PARTYNEXTDOOR, but we likely won't know for sure until the full version drops. We do know that it's produced by Eestbound and Wondagirl, though.

After pressing play on the track at his live show, the rapper also posted a couple snippets on Instagram, giving fans a higher quality preview.

Whether or not this one lands on Rodeo -- and it seems safe to guess that it will, but who knows -- the 23-year-old recently gave fans new music that definitely will end up there, earlier this month with "3500."

In addition to Future and 2 Chainz, who are featured on "3500," Kid Cudi will likely appear on the album -- if Travis gets his way, at least.

"I've only worked with a couple of artists," he told MTV News in March. "I won't drop my album unless I have KiD CuDi on it. He's part of my story. There would not be a Travis Scott if it wasn't for him."

“He came and surprised me at the studio one day when I was working with A-Trak and took me on this drive in his car, played me new music,” he added. “It was one of those moments -- I was like crying in the backseat. He took me around Melrose. It was one of the craziest sh-ts ever.”

Oh, and there will be another G.O.O.D. Music rapper, too: Kanye West.

“Of course. He’s part of my story, man,” he said. “We’ve just been working on music and sh-t. Like I said, I don’t want to speak on my album, ’cause you know how them headlines be, and sh-t, but of course, man. He’s definitely involved in my album.”