Travis Scott celebrated the two-year anniversary of his chart-topping album Astroworld with a handwritten letter to fans that included a potential surprise at the end.

In the note shared to his social media on Monday (August 3), Scott thanked his fans for making the project such a success and teased what could be the name of his next album.

“Happy Astroversary a 2 year ride that’s still one of my favorites!!!” he wrote. “Album means so much to me!! To every one that bumps and rages to that soundtrack I love you. Let’s keep the ride going see you in Utopia.”

If the album title does hold up, Utopia would be Scott’s fourth studio album. It would proceed Astroworld, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 upon its release in August 2018 with 537,000 album-equivalent units in its first week. The project, which served as the Houston native’s third studio album, featured appearances from the likes of Drake, the late Juice Wrld, Quavo, Kid Cudi, Frank Ocean, 21 Savage, The Weeknd, Swae Lee and more.

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Though Astroworld is Scott’s last solo release, he also dropped a JACKBOYS compilation album at the end of 2019. Comprised of Scott himself, Sheck Wes, Don Toliver, Luxury Tax and DJ Chase B, the debut project from the Cactus Jack imprint featured seven tracks and had appearances from the late Pop Smoke, Lil Baby, Rosalia, Quavo, Offset and Young Thug.

Revisit the JACKBOYS album below.