Kanye West had a turmoil-laden couple of years due to his vengeful behavior. The rapper has displayed erratic behavior, which has cost him his entire career. Ye went on an anti-Semitic rant spree and threatened the Jews, which led to the industry ousting him. The last time Ye released new music before the downfall was in 2021.
However, in 2023, Kanye West and TY Dolla $ign announced a joint album titled ‘Vultures’. There has been a lot of delay in the release, but they have rolled out new dates for the release of the album. Ye had a listening party in Miami, with various artists present to support him. While the ‘Donda’ rapper is not receiving much support within the industry, Travis Scott has been a constant supporter as he invited Kanye to perform in Orlando at his ‘Circus Maximus’ tour.
Travis Scott And Kanye West Perform Classics At ‘Circus Maximus’ Tour In Orlando
It was again a reunion for Kanye West and Travis Scott as the two rappers sent the fans into nostalgia during the La Flame concert in Orlando! Ye reunited with Scott after the Rome concert of ‘Circus Maximus’. Ye performed ‘All of the Lights’, and ‘Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1’. They started with the serenading piano of ‘Runaway’.
TY Dolla $ign also joined him to perform the title track of their joint album ‘Vultures’ with Bump J. During the concert, Travis made sure to give the deserved flowers to Ye by saying that if he did not break the barriers, the ‘Goosebumps’ singer would have been here.
Travis Scott said, “I wouldn’t be here on this stage without my brother, man. He opened these doors for me. Make some noise for the greatest of all time.”
The Rappers United In Rome For ‘Utopia’ Concert
In August 2023, Travis Scott caused a huge stir with his concert in Rome after the release of ‘Utopia’. The album did very well on the charts, with all 19 tracks charting on the Billboard 100. The album sold 496,000 units in the US, and it was No. 1 on the Billboard 200. To celebrate that moment, Travis called Ye on stage during his ‘Circus Maximus’ tour in Rome.
Travis Scott introduced Kanye West to the crowd, saying, “There is no Utopia without Kanye West. There is no Travis Scott without Kanye West, and there is no Rome without Kanye West. Make some noise for Ye.” They performed ‘Praise God’, ‘Donda’, and ‘Can’t Say Nothing’ together.
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