Sicko Mode by Travis Scott featuring Big Hawk, Swae Lee & Drake
Sicko Mode" is a Hip-Hop/Rap song by Hip hop, trap singer "Travis Scott" featuring Big Hawk, Swae Lee & Drake from the studio album "STROWORLD". This song's duration is (5:12 min) and available in straming and digital format on store iTunes & Amazon Music.
The song Sicko Mode is written by Mirsad Dervic, Rogét Chahayed, OZ, CyHi The Prynce, Hit-Boy, Drake, Mike Dean, Tay Keith & Travis Scott, produced by Chahayed, Tay Keith, Hit-Boy OZ, Cubeatz Dean and was released in August 21, 2018.
Ⓒ Copyright: (P) 2018 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. With Cactus Jack and Grand Hustle.
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About "Sicko Mode" Song
“Sicko Mode” refers to Travis and Drake’s work ethic, showing they’re a cut above the competition by going sicko (beast) mode.
“Sicko,” or “6icko” (the 6 referring to Drake’s hometown Toronto) is a term derived from Drake’s slang to refer to his friends, brought to the limelight by Golden State Warriors All-Star Kevin Durant when he tweeted his reaction to Drake’s 2015 diss track, “Charged Up.”
The track has been teased as far back as 2017, when Drake teamed up with Louis Vuitton to release the track “Signs,” and Travis Scott replied to an Instagram post and said:
Dawg probably do it for a Louis belt.
This is the latest collaboration from Travis and Drake, following “Company” and “Portland.” It’s worth noting this is the first time Drake has appeared on a Travis Scott album.
Travis Scott - Sicko Mode (Feed Archives)
"Sicko Mode" (stylized in upper case) is a song by American rapper Travis Scott. It was released by Epic Records on August 21, 2018, as the second single from Scott's third studio album, Astroworld (2018). The song features guest …read more in wikipedia → By Alphonse Pierre
If Astroworld is Travis Scott’s amusement park, the Drake-assisted “Sicko Mode” is the main attraction. Its three abrupt and overwhelming beat change-ups are like a rollercoaster that whips your neck and jabs your sides with sudde…read more in pitchfork →