Travis Scott is the future. Ask Lil Wayne, who gushed about the 26-year-old artist from the stage during his sub-headlining set at Scott’s Astroworld Festival in Houston on November 17. Ask Houston rap legend Bun B, who likes to talk about how “there’s something special” about Scott. You could even ask Mayor Sylvester Turner, who declared November 18, the day after the festival, “Astroworld Day” in Houston. Scott is as relevant and important an artist as there is in pop music right now. Astroworld, his third album, was a coming-out party placing Scott on the biggest of stages and priming him for the recognition of music awards. It was also the payoff to his work early in his career. In 2012, when he was just twenty…View Original Post
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