Travis Scott Returns to the Stage at Billboard Music Awards
Six months after the Astroworld tragedy, Travis Scott returned to the stage at Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.
Following an introduction from Diddy and French Montana, the Houston rapper performed “Mafia,” one amongst two songs he dropped final year, at the MGM Broad Garden Area. Carrying fur pants and wraparound sun shades, he transported viewers to the Alps right through his wintry performance.
Joined by a DJ and model Jazelle, La Flame also gave followers a peak into Utopia with an unreleased music called “Lost Forever,” for which snippets beforehand leaked on-line.
Earlier in the evening, Travis hit the red carpet with Kylie Jenner and their daughter Stormi.
This marks his first awards demonstrate performance since the Astroworld Festival in November, which resulted in 10 deaths. Travis, who beforehand performed at a paid gig right through Plug Week in Miami, is slated to headline the Primavera Sound fairs in South The US this November.
Travis appears to be like in comeback mode as he readies his long-awaited album Utopia. Final month, he teamed up with Future on Southside’s single “Protect That Heat.”