Travis killed it as usual.
Grand stage designs have developed into a hip-hop theme over the past decade or so. Mostly spearheaded by Kanye West’s advanced showmanship, other artists have started following suit. Most recently, the man who cites Kanye as one of his greatest inspirations, Travis Scott, physically manifested his latest album title into a stage for his tour: a massive flying bird that soars above the crowds. Making a quasi tour stop last night, La Flame brought the bird out for performing “Butterfly Effect” at the 2017 MTV EMA Awards.
An awed London crowd watched as Travis chanted his hypnotic auto-tuned vocals from above over the Murda Beatz production. Accented by a slew of multi-colored light beams, Travis delivered yet another fantastic show to yet another satisfied audience.
Watch the snippet of his performance below:
Travis Scott performing Butterfly Effect at the #MTVEMA 🦅 pic.twitter.com/sEqpHxIO3P
— Rodeo 🎪 (@RodeoTheAlbum) November 12, 2017