Tweaking albums after its release has become a trend nowadays. Kanye West did it to his last two albums. Nicki Minaj also said she would roll out a few improvements to Queen directly after its discharge. When Travis Scott dropped ASTROWORLD a week ago, fans quickly noticed that Nav’s vocals on “Yosemite” were difficult to hear, unlike Gunna’s vocals, who was also featured on the track.
Nav finally addresses his vocals on AstroWorld ?? pic.twitter.com/5v4J6Mf8Lh
— WORLDSTARHIPHOP (@WSHHDAlLY) August 6, 2018
Nav: "Bro don't you think my vocals a bit to low?"
Travis: "Bro I already told you I know what I'm doing." pic.twitter.com/dR6EmwD6WT
— Canis Cris (@yahooisdead) August 4, 2018
Scott definitely saw the memes because Nav’s vocals are noticeably louder. The change is already updated on streaming platforms, so now you won’t have to struggle to hear the Toronto artist.
“Yosemite” is the most recent collab between La Flame and Nav. The duo collaborated on Scott’s last collection Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, and they were also both featured on Nav’s “Champion” from his debut album, Reckless. The video was shot in Hawaii, when Scott gathered a super team to help him complete ASTROWORLD.
Travis Scott announced the tour for his latest album. There’s no telling if Nav will join him.