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Travis Scott is the stage name of Jacques Webster, a Houston-born hip-hop artist and producer affiliated with Kanye West's GOOD Music and T.I.'s Grand Hustle. Scott has a heavily Auto-Tuned half-sung/half-rapped vocal style, and refers to himself as a singer rather than a rapper. He's produced or co-produced tracks by Kanye West, Rihanna, and Drake, and he's appeared on tracks by Jay-Z, Pusha T, Meek Mill, and numerous others. Within four years of his 2012 mainstream arrival, Scott attained platinum singles as a lead artist and songwriter/producer, as well as a pair of Top Five studio albums, the latter of which went to number one. Scott grew up in a suburb of Houston and began making music as a teenager. He formed a duo called the Graduates with Chris Holloway, and they released an EP in 2009. The following year, he formed another duo, the Classmates, with OG Chess. Scott produced the duo's two full-lengths, Buddy Rich and Cruis'n USA, and the duo broke up by the end of 2011. After dropping out of college, Scott moved to Los Angeles and began recording music on his own. He met T.I. and eventually Kanye West. West hired Scott as an in-house producer for GOOD Music, and appeared on the label's 2012 compilation Cruel Summer. Scott's debut, Owl Pharaoh, was originally scheduled to be released as a free mixtape in 2012, but as his profile grew (including a placement in XXL Magazine's Freshman Class of 2013), and due to sample clearance issues, the album wasn't released until May of 2013. Featuring guest appearances by T.I. and 2 Chainz (on single "Upper Echelon") as well as Toro y Moi and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, the mixtape eventually garnered a nomination for Best Mixtape at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. The build-up to Scott's first proper studio album involved the mixtape Days Before Rodeo, promoted with the singles "Don't Play" and "Mamacita," and the March 2015 U.S. Rodeo Tour, for which Scott headlined, supported by Young Thug and Metro Boomin. Several of the dates sold out. During the same month, Rihanna's Scott-produced hit single "Bitch Better Have My Money" was released. "3500" and "Antidote" were released ahead of Rodeo, Scott's second full-length, which followed in September on Grand Hustle/Epic and debuted at number three on the Billboard 200. Toward the end of the year, "Antidote" peaked at number 16 on the Hot 100 and became Scott's first platinum single. Chatter regarding a follow-up, along with numerous delays, ensued throughout much of 2016. Meanwhile, Scott extended his commercial presence with featured spots on Wiz Khalifa's "Bake Sale," Rihanna's "Woo," and Kanye West's "FML," as well as a collaboration with Young Thug and Quavo, "Pick Up the Phone," a mid-year hit issued as the lead single of Young Thug's JEFFERY. Three months later, after "Bitch Better Have My Money" earned a platinum certification, Scott's second proper album arrived. Titled Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, after one of Quavo's lines in "Pick Up the Phone," the woozy, mostly midtempo set featured that hit and contributions from the likes of André 3000, Kid Cudi, and Kendrick Lamar. It went straight to the top of the Billboard 200. Leading up to his third LP, Scott appeared on "Kelly Price" from Migos' Culture and on Drake's "Portland" from the More Life project. The latter track peaked within the Top Ten of the Hot 100, Scott's highest charting to date. ~ Paul Simpson & Andy Kellman
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Stations Featuring
Travis Scott

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    Hip-Hop Party

    Hip-Hop Party
    2 songs

    Top Jams [Explicit]

    Top Jams [Explicit]
    3 songs

    Street Beats

    Street Beats
    3 songs

    Reggaeton Urbano

    2 songs

Albums by
Travis Scott

Top Songs by
Travis Scott

  1.   Song
  2.   Antidote
  3.   Mamacita featuring Rich Homie Quan
  4.   Upper Echelon
  5.   Goosebumps
  6.   Butterfly Effect
  7.   Maria I'm Drunk featuring Justin Bieber
  8.   Don't Play featuring Big Sean
  9.   Pick Up the Phone by Young Thug
  10.   Wonderful
  11.   90210
  12.   Piss on Your Grave
  13.   3500 featuring 2Chainz
  14.   Pray 4 Love by The Weeknd
  15.   Beibs in the Trap
  16.   Through the Late Night
  17.   Lose
  18.   Sweet Sweet
  19.   Coordinate
  20.   Way Back
  21.   Outside
  22.   First Take
  23.   Guidance
  24.   I Can Tell
  25.   Apple Pie
  26.   OK Alright by ScHoolboy Q
  27.   A-Team
  28.   The Ends
  29.   Pornography
  30.   Oh My Dis Side by Quavo
  31.   Impossible
  32.   Nightcrawler featuring Chief Keef
  33.   Wasted by Juicy J
  34.   Flying High by Toro y Moi
  35.   SDP Interlude
  36.   Never Catch Me

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