Kanye amazed Astroworld fans.
Saturday denoted the beginning of Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival in Houston as he introduced the celebration's second year with a lineup that incorporates Pharrell and Megan Thee Stallion among others.
Travis was entrusted with finishing things off Saturday night and keeping in mind that going through a commonly high-vitality set, the Houston rapper brought in a help from Kanye West. In cuts coursing the web, West broke into a version of his latest "Pursue God," found on Jesus Is King and Graduation's "Can't Tell Me Nothing."
While Kanye has been caught up with supporting Jesus Is King with its partner Sunday Services and Jesus Is King Experience appears, Astroworld Festival marks one of the main different stages that West has graced outside of his own air pocket. With respect to Trav, it denotes his first execution since dropping his gig as the main event at Day N Vegas because of knee damage.
It was while performing at Rolling Loud New York a month ago that Scott busted the knee in the wake of landing entirely hard from a fall. That night, he would control through the set yet settled on the decision to rest up before presenting a similar vitality in Houston. Prior in the day, fans coordinated their own excitement by raging the doors at the concert. The final product represented a few wounds as many fans jumped blockades and cleared a path for the passageway.