All about the song "Franchise" Travis Scott ft. Young Thug & M.I.A.
Travis Scott teamed up with fast-food restaurant chain McDonald's to introduce Travis Scott Burger shortly before this month. Interestingly, his next single is called "Franchise," which is a type of McDonald's business. However, this song is not about a fast-food restaurant chain, but rather about how Travis' wealth has grown as a fast-food restaurant chain.
The single is part of Travis' upcoming fourth studio album titled "Utopia." The other famous song on the album at the time is "Highest In The Room," released in October 2019. The new single features vocals by Young Thug and MIA.
On "Franchise," Travis Scott pays tribute to Dem Franchize Boyz' 2004 hit "White Tee." There are also a few other name characters, such as Hype Williams, Spike Lee, and a farewell to rapper Pop Smoke.
The meaning and review of the song "Franchise"
On the song hook, Travis Scott pays tribute to the Dem Franchize Boyz and their hit track White Tee. He also pays tribute to Hype Williams, a video director known for his work with famous artists. In addition, Travis mentions unpacking checks, which is not a common concept. Usually the big packages come in boxes. Therefore, Travis hints that his earnings go in boxes filled with checks.
Travis Scott begins the first verse by welcoming his new brand and character Cactus Jack, which can also be seen throughout the music video. He also calls out Spike Lee's famous movie Obsessed. Travis Scott also boasts about his new label, Cactus Jack, stating that he created his own label to sign. The rapper gives a shout out to his close friend DJ Chase B, calling them Siamese twins, Siamese twins.
The second verse of "Franchise" is sung by Young Thug. In his lyrics, he shouts out Ferrari sports cars, referring to their butterfly doors. He also adds that he has made $20 million in net worth, all through his own efforts, not through luck. Young Thug also goes to give a shout out to rapper Pop Smoke, who passed away after being shot on February 19, 2020. Young Thug suggests that everyone should keep their legacy ("Smoke") alive. Young Thug also mentions Travis Scott's Nike sneakers, referring to them as no-laces. "No strings attached" also refers to a sexual relationship with no strings attached.
MIA jumps in on the third verse of "Franchise." In this verse, MIA refers to Cactus Jack label signee Shek Wes and his track "Chippi Chippi." She also raps about enjoying life right now, including playing golf, riding a luxury Kawasaki motorcycle and fishing in her spare time.
Travis Scott jumps into the middle of the verse to shout out his upcoming album "Utopia" and rhymes it with the movie "Zveropolis." In the last line of the verse, Travis Scott also shouts out his compilation from the 2019 album "JACKBOYS."