Travis Scott sets stage on fire with surprise performance at Rolling Loud Miami
On Saturday night, rapper Travis Scott and Future grabbed the stage at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami, shocking the audience.
The 31-year-old singer of Goosebumps made his festival debut during Future’s headline performance. This was his first performance since the Houston Astroworld tragedy, which claimed the lives of 10 concertgoers, last year.
Near the end of his show, Scott and Future, 38, collaborated on the popular song “Hold That Heat.” Additionally, he performed solo parts in the films Goosebumps and No Bystanders.
Internet users who attended Rolling Loud and Scott’s followers uploaded videos of their joint performances with Future.
After Kanye West withdrew from this year’s festival, festival organizers had earlier approached the singer of SICKO MODO about headlining.
Scott is still dealing with legal repercussions from the catastrophe at Astroworld in 2021.
Scott is now scheduled to perform as the opening act for the Primavera Sound events in November in So Paulo, Buenos Aires, and Santiago de Chile.