Travis Scott was electrical at 2019’s Grammy Awards, performing a collection of tracks from his newest album Astroworld. To kick issues off, the Houston-born phenomenon rattled off “Stop Trying To Be God” with featured artist James Blake. They additionally had help from Earth, Wind & Fire members in addition to producer Mike Dean, who aided in making a clean, melodic aura that was rapidly interrupted by the intro for Scott’s “No Bystanders,” panning to a big cage containing an elevated Scott. It’s secure to say that utter craziness proceeded to ensue, as a combination of followers and stuntmen charged the stage for some mosh pits and cage dancing to shut out.
The 26-year-old rapper acquired two nominations for single “SICKO MODE” that includes Drake and one for finest rap album. Scott can be that includes on Blake’s newest venture Assume Form, which Dancing Astronaut reviewed here.