American rapper Travis Scott was seen strolling in St John’s Wood recreating an iconic photograph as part of his promotion for his upcoming fourth studio album.

Travis made his way to Abbey Road yesterday (June 15) to recreate the cover of The Beatles’ album, Abbey Road.

The location has become a popular tourist spot ever since the rock group took the snaps in August 1969.

In the modernised version of the image, the 32-year-old artist is seen with three security staff crossing the road.

Notably one security guard can be seen holding a briefcase with ‘Utopia’ written on it, the name which is said to be title of his highly anticipated upcoming album.

Recording for Utopia began in 2019 and its release was alleged to have been delayed in 2021 after 10 revellers lost their lives within the crowd at the rapper’s Astroworld festival.

At the moment there is no set release date for the album.

Music fans keen to bump into their favourite celebrities have been in luck recently, after pop icon Harry Styles was spotted next to Hampstead Station on Monday (June 12) ahead of his ‘Love on Tour’ shows in Wembley Stadium.