Travis Scott’s Mind-Bending Performance On Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Travis Scott’s Mind-Bending Performance On Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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By Malcolm Morrow Travis Scott performed “Goosebumps” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and created a one of a kind visual experience for the audience...

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By Malcolm Morrow

Travis Scott performed “Goosebumps” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and created a one of a kind visual experience for the audience and viewers at home. Check out the wild visuals and the response from the crowd in the video below:

 

 

The visuals are otherworldly, it’s almost like being in a live-action VR. Very trippy indeed. Travis has been employing vivid on-stage animatronics and lighting during his recent performances and creating unique experiences that audiences won’t be forgetting anytime soon. Scott is always finding a way to stand out from the crowded rap game with other interesting presentations, such as the artist using an action figure of himself for the cover of his debut album “Rodeo”.

He even brought along a Chuck E. Cheese/Five Nights At Freddy’s looking bird when he performed on the Colbert Report.

Though many may not be familiar with Scott by name outside of his rabid fanbase, he’s definitely got the juice when it comes to dropping singles at the perfect time. Scott’s debut “Rodeo” and the follow-up “Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight” have presented us with a few sonically innovative tracks such as “Antidote”, “Mamacita”, “Don’t Play” and “Goosebumps”.

However, he has been crafting excellent tracks since his mixtape days. “Owl Pharoah” featured the excellently produced and performed “Upper Echelon” which got assists from T.I. and 2 Chainz. He also had a banger with A$AP Ferg in “Uptown”, it was a pretty solid project throughout.

Scott is constantly bringing something new to his brand and trying to evolve his sound in ways that people wouldn’t expect. There is a lot of carbon copy music being pushed by the mainstream lately. So it’s good to see there are artists still willing to push the envelope and try to create memories for their fans.

 

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