Travis Scott has finally released his highly anticipated album Utopia, and as fans are listening to the 19-track project, many have noticed its parallels to Kanye “Ye” West’s Yeezus. Comparisons between the two albums have taken X, formerly known as Twitter, by storm and even earned Yeezus a spot on the platform’s trending topics. 

Utopia is Scott’s first studio album in five years. And it was worth the wait with almost every major artist having an album feature, including Beyoncé, Young Thug, Playboi Carti, Kid Cudi, The Weeknd (who shows up twice on the album), SZA, 21 Savage, Future, Swae Lee and many more. Drake makes a memorable appearance with a feature that not-so-subtlely calls out Pusha T.

The album’s production team is just as star-studded, including Ye, Pharrell, Metro Boomin, Mike Dean, The Alchemist, Wondagurl, Illangelo, Boi-1da, Wheezy, Vinylz, OZ, Vegyn, Noah Goldstein, Allen Ritter and more. Ye’s influence is the most obvious, and many fans on Twitter speculated he must have played a significant role in the music’s creation, Uproxx reported.

Kanye dropped Yeezus in 2013 and we all praised for sounding futuristic… 10 years later, we’re seeing it’s influence loud and clear 🐐🐐,” one tweeted.

“The Yeezus influence on Utopia is insane,” another chimed in.

One fan even referred to Utopia as a “sister album” to Yeezus.

“This post is starting to make sense “Yetopia” Utopia is literally a sister album to YEEZUS the Kanye influence is ridiculous you would think Kanye produced the whole album Travis is really a Kanye Protégés,” they wrote.

Another broke down the Chicago native’s influence on several tracks in Utopia. 

“Kanye influence on utopia: – Thank god (produced by Kanye) – Modern jam (OG beat for I am a god) – Gods country (Old Kanye leak) – Telekinesis (old Kanye leak) Don’t get me started on the songs where it literally sounds like I’m playing Yeezus,” they explained.

Music journalist J’na Jefferson also took to Twitter to discuss the topic. She shared that comparing the two projects may not be the case.

“Travis Scott was a co-producer on two songs from this album. In this circumstance, I wouldn’t say it’s *influence* as much as it’s full circle,” she tweeted.

Chatter about Utopia and Yeezus follows news about the cancelation of the 32-year-old’s performance at Egypt’s Pyramids of Giza Friday, Forbes reported. Live Nation said it was due to “complex production issues.” However, more have inspired the choice to cancel the performance, including resistance from the Egyptian Musicians Syndicate.

Check out the full tracklist, with features, below:

01 “Hyaena”
02 “Thank God” (Feat. KayCyy)
03 “Modern Jam” (Feat. Teezo Touchdown)
04 “My Eyes” (Feat. Bon Iver & Sampha)
05 “God’s Country”
06 “Sirens”
07 “Meltdown” (Feat. Drake)
08 “Fein” (Feat. Playboi Carti & Sheck Wes)
09 “Delresto (Echoes)” (Feat. Beyoncé & Bon Iver)
10 “I Know?”
11 “Topia Twins” (Feat. 21 Savage)
12 “Circus Maximus” (Feat. The Weeknd & Swae Lee)
13 “Parasail” (Feat. Yung Lean & Dave Chappelle)
14 “Skitzo” (Feat. Young Thug)
15 “Lost Forever” (Feat. James Blake & Westside Gunn)
16 “Looove” (Feat. Kid Cudi)
17 “K-POP” (Feat. Bad Bunny & The Weeknd)
18 “Telekinesis” (Feat. Future & SZA)
19 “Til Further Notice” (Feat. 21 Savage & James Blake)