Travis Scott brought his high-energy stage presence to Made in America Festival in Philadelphia yesterday, where he performed “Antidote” and “3005” while hanging from a tree in the middle of the crowd. Watch that go down below (via Pigeons & Planes). Scott also spent some time at the festival rubbing shoulders with former President Bill Clinton; he tweeted out a photo of himself and Clinton with the caption “Me and da homie.” Later today, Scott plans on launching a new line of merchandise around his latest album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight. He told the crowd at Made in America that the new merch will include “pillows, comforters, tees, hoodies, jackets, du-rags, socks, underwear, condoms, toilet tissue,” and more. Watch that announcement below.
— TRABY SCOTT (@trabyscott) September 4, 2016
— Nate (@natekeller24) September 5, 2016
Me and da homie pic.twitter.com/7R83ku3cPy
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) September 5, 2016
IF YOU BUY BITTSM FROM TRAVIS SCOTT’S WEBSITE TOMORROW YOU GET A FREE PIECE OF MERCH 🕊 pic.twitter.com/rGZHhZig66
— Rodeo 🕊 (@RodeoTheAlbum) September 4, 2016
Watch Travis Scott and Young Thug’s video for “Pick Up the Phone” featuring Quavo: