Travis Scott’s movie called “Look Mom I Can Fly” shows the impact he has on his audience. In fact, some people say that his concerts are the best they have ever seen and that he has saved their lives. Personally, I feel that Scott is 100% dedicated to creating inspirational music. Scott could not have achieved wealth and fortune without his inspirational input.
Fans love Scott’s music because it is calming, like in his album “Astroworld,” which use beats similar to many of his other songs. On the day he released his music, he created an Astroworld Festival in downtown Houston, which was named after a theme park he went to as a child. He re-opened the theme park and created a day called “Astroworld, Travis Scott Day,” which was made by Sylvester Turner, the mayor of Houston, on Nov. 18, 2018.
Travis Scott, also known as Jacques Berman Webster III, is in a rewarding place in his life right now. With his beautiful wife, Kylie Jenner, and beautiful little girl, Stormi Webster, he ultimately wishes to leave behind a legacy of inspiring others.
Throughout his music career, there have been multiple times where events have tried to stop him from producing more rap. Examples include when he was arrested in the middle of his concert in North Arkansas, or when he didn’t receive any Grammy Awards, even though he was nominated for 3.
These setbacks never stopped him, and he still performs to this day.
Travis has an amazing stage presence. I saw him open for Kendrick Lamar at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. He was singing on top of a big fake ornamented bird. It was such a rush! When Astro World came out, Travis got other people to headline his tour.
A newest addition to his tour was an on-stage roller coaster.
When I saw him in concert playing his hit song “Goosebumps,” I knew he would be big. That was also confirmed when he played at the Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2019 with Maroon 5.
5 out of 5 stars