Travis Scott has been performing live consistently since October last year. The Astroworld emcee had previously made sporadic appearances here and there following the crowd-crush tragedy of 2021.
However, after selling out two shows at London’s O2 Arena, the rapper has been making appearances worldwide and most recently performed in Rome alongside the iconic Kanye West.
West, who only recently had his Twitter reinstated, has been online and in the studio more than he has been performing recently. However, Utopia fans in Rome were shocked when the Chicago producer and musician came out on stage to deliver some of his greatest hits.
Scott’s performance took place at an ancient Roman chariot-racing stadium known as Circus Maximus and was streamed to his fans across the globe. This concert was meant to be a sequel to the ‘SICKO MODE’ emcee’s Pyramids Of Giza album launch. However, the artist cancelled the launch party due to “complex production issues.”
Scott assured fans the Egypt concert is upcoming by tweeting, “Egypt at the pyramids will happen. But due to demand and detail, logisticsThey just need a bit a time to set lay on lands. I will keep u posted on a date which will be soon love you alllll.”
The Circus Maximus live show did go forward, and aside from performing his 2023 project Utopia in its entirety, Scott and West sang ‘Praise God’ and ‘Can’t Tell Me Nothing’ from Kanye’s 2005 project Late Registration.
Midway through their show, Scott told the crowd: “There is no Utopia without Kanye West. There is no Travis Scott without Kanye West. There is no Rome without Kanye West. Make some noise for Ye.”