Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight his most successful album. In line with his heroes (Kanye West, KiD CuDi, Mike Dean), Scott has turned numerous venues upside down by pushing a rave concept harder than any other performer in his weight class. In less than four years, he’s ascended to Houston’s rap throne, yet still somehow remains an enigma because of how little of his actual backstory he puts into his music. Newly minted Rockets ambassador, rumored beau of Kylie Jenner, and Mo City kid with his own jagged crown. That’s Travis Scott these days; a homecoming stop only means more of his raucous, energetic norm.
Travis Scott’s fans are, if anything, obsessively dedicated. The Mo City rapper recently celebrated his 25th birthday on his Birds Eye View tour, a trip into anarchy where fans either took to the stage to dive into a throbbing mass of people or hung from the rails inside New York’s Terminal 5 — only to either leap onto the crowd below them or lose their grip altogether. “Goosebumps,” with Kendrick Lamar, has become Scott’s biggest radio single, and last year’s