Should Travis Scott perform while fast cars attached to a track fly by him in a cyclone of musical madness? Hell yeah, let this man rage!
Scott is trying to throw the world’s #1 rager. Having a concert in an amusement park might be a really good look for him as his shows are already known to induce some thrills.
As we all await Scott’s third studio album AstroWorld, could he have something gnarly up his sleeve? You bet he does.
In his most recent interview with Rolling Stone, Scott explained the connection he had with the abandoned Six Flags Astroworld, the influence it had on him, and how he’s trying to create a new form of show,
“It had a Dungeon Drop, Greezed Lightnin’, Superman. It was a way of life – fantasies, imagination. I don’t know why it hasn’t been done already – I think people just don’t do shit. Who makes stages these days that are cool?”
Upon first hearing this news, I really didn’t know what to think. I found myself lost in a state of ultra hypeness.
But what can’t Travis Scott do performance wise? He’s the Superman of this generation’s hype music. His performances are unmatched.
That was the night Scott got pulled off of the stage and bagged for inciting a riot in Arkansas. He also got in trouble in Chicago at Lollapalooza.
A raging fan broke his leg in NYC back in May because he was so hype he jumped from a third floor balcony.
For me, Travis having the show at an amusement park might be safer. Hell, at least he won’t have to worry about some fan falling or a mosh pit. All the fans will have seatbelts.
“Pick it up, fuck a third speed the fourth gear grindin’ up on everything it’s my year.”