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Long Beach Arena - Long Beach Convention Center
Nov 5 2016
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The hip hop recording artist and record producer, Travis Scott, is now coming to your city with his fiery performances to sweep you off your feet. The twenty-two years old star became prominent in 2012 and then made it to Kanye West's GOOD Music production wing as an in-house producer. For all the hip hop fans out there, this upcoming concert by Travis Scott promises to be a memorable delight. Get your Travis Scott tickets while they are still available and prepare to become part of an energetic crowd of fans, dancing and jumping to their favorite star's incredible beats.
Travis Scott was born in Houston but grew up in Missouri City with his grandmother. Even in school, he used to skip classes to meet Mike Dean for studio sessions. His passion for hip hop began at a very young age and soon after he decided to pursue it professionally. Scott began to produce his own beats when he was only sixteen and became affiliated with The Graduates. Together they released their first extended play in 2009, on Myspace. The following year, Scott paired up with The Classmates and released two full projects in 2011. Titled as “Buddy Rich” and “Crusin' USA” these two productions earned the duo lots of appreciation and critical acclaim. All the songs were produced by Scott.
In 2011, Scott moved to Los Angeles and started recording and releasing music with the help of his friend and owner of the Illroots website, Mike Waxx. The rapper and record producer T.I. came across one of Scott's songs, Lights (Love Sick), and asked him to come down to his studio. This opened the door for Travis Scott to meet Kanye West's engineer and then the rapper himself. Scott started working with Kanye, on his own debut project “Owl Pharaoh” as well as the GOOD Music's compilation album “Cruel Summer”. Scott also co-produced the songs The Morning, To The World and Don't Like. Since then Scott has produced multiple music videos, including Brake Lights.
“Owl Pharaoh” is Scott's first official full-length mixtape which was supposed to come out in 2012 but got delayed until the next year. Scott completed the project with assistance from Mike Dean, Kanye West and Anthony Kilhoffer and released it in May 2013. In the meantime, he also appeared on Pusha T's mixtape, “Wrath of Caine” in a track Blocka. Shortly after that, Scott released his own version of the song and called it Blocka La Flame. Before his own mixtape came out he released another single, Quintana.
Travis Scott's recent projects include the single 1975 which is also the first single from his debut solo album, titled “Rodeo”. In May this year Travis Scott released the full version of the song which is now titled Don't Play and features Big Sean and The 1975. The rising star is now coming to your town. To become part of his forthcoming concert, you need to get the Travis Scott tickets before they are all sold out.