Travis Scott Beats Jay Z & Kanye's Record, Performs Song 14 Times In A Row
It's lit! *Travis Scott voice*
You know when you get in the car and turn on your radio just to hear the same seven or eight songs in rotation? On the outside, you're clearly annoyed but in your head, you're like, "wait, this is my sh*t."
Travis Scott and Kendrick Lamar's "Goosebumps" has won the title for that song in 2017.
This past weekend, Scott took "Goosebumps" to a whole new level, eventually breaking a record that was once held by his mentor, Kanye West, and Jay Z. Back in 2012 on the "Watch The Throne" tour, the dynamic duo performed "N*ggas In Paris" back to back to back, eventually setting a record for most times a song has been performed in one concert. The final count was 12 times. Well, In front of a sold-out crowd at The Criterion in Oklahoma City, Scott performed his song 14 times in a row. Fourteen. Times. Yall.
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The only part crazier than him performing the song 14 times is seeing how the crowd (and Scott) gets more turnt with each and every time they run the track back. Say what you want about Scott and his personal life but if you buy tickets for his shows, you're sure to have a great time. His wild performance energy is unmatched.
Check out the record breaking performance below: