Travis Scott is a well-known name in music. If you’re a fan of hip-hop, you’re probably interested in how he became a superstar. Although Astroworld has been a huge success, it is not surprising that he was already a superstar long before these songs reached the top.
One of the most notable songs on this album is “Upper Echelon,” which features T.I., the King of the South. It’s a catchy tune that features a chorus of “Straight up,” which makes the listener want to join the mosh pit. The song is an introduction to the rapper for many fans. But the tracker’s hook is what sets it apart.
Travis Scott’s newest single, “Use Me,” was released in November, just six months after the devastating Astroworld tragedy, which killed 10 people and injured hundreds. His rep did not respond to a request for comment from Fox News, but in March, he shared a link to a philanthropic campaign. The victims of the tragedy are seeking billions in damages.
Travis Scott has a long history of blatant disregard for the safety of his audience. In 2015, he pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment. He also stated repeatedly that he was unaware about the health conditions of the crowd on stage. The rapper was then sued. A number of news outlets have weighed in on the lawsuit, but Travis Scott has been claiming that he did not care about the crowd’s well-being.