Travis Scott's "Astroworld" continues to push the rapper to new heights after his Feb. 8 concert at the Los Angeles Forum, which broke records. TMZ reports that Scott was able to sell more than 16,300 tickets, or $ 1.7 million for a show. This success follows his dates of 19 and 20 December which were also packed. Scott is now one of the rare elites to have participated in several concerts at the Forum over the last 12 months, including Garth Brooks, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Sting, The Grateful Dead, Janet Jackson and Juan Gabriel.

Winning nearly $ 2 million in one night is not surprising, and the young rapper was recently interviewed by Nas for Playboy magazine where he talked about the differences between the generation of the legendary rapper and his own. "We have arrived on the iPhones, you know what I mean, we are now at the point where we do not even write our raps, we are going straight from the dome into the cabin. who I work with, like Young Thug and Quavo, most people like to go there and settle for anything that concerns them.

Nas replied that the evolution of hip-hop had introduced so many press artists and styles of the genre that if a rapper found there just for fame, he could not follow the pace. "When hip-hop started, you only figured in the top five," said Nas. "You had a short list of dope rappers, from Ice Cube to Rick Slick.You can count them on your fingers.Hip-hop is such an important thing that everyone is doing it. So many different styles that the time you do what you do, this guy here has started a whole new way.You have to stay abreast of what's going on just for the sake of music. "