Travis Scott Performs “Stop Trying to Be God” and “No Bystanders” at 2019 Grammy Awards
Travis Scott's la flame continues to shine brighter. The Texas rapper made yet another high-profile performance on a national stage. This time at the 2019 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night (Feb. 10).
The former XXL Freshman performed “Stop Trying to be God” and "No Bystanders" from his Grammy-nominated album Astroworld. For his performance of “Stop Trying to be God” he was joined by James Blake and Earth, Wind & Fire’s Philip Bailey, who provided background vocals. On bass guitar was fellow Earth, Wind & Fire member Verde White.
Then Travis entered a steel cage as he performed his rah-rah anthem “No Bystanders" where he encourages his fans to bring the rage. And they did. As Travis delivered his bombastic lyrics, fans began frantically moshing around the stage. It was truly a hectic sight to see.
Scott wasn't the only rapper that graced the Grammy stage. Other rap performers included Post Malone, Cardi B and Young Thug, who opened the star-studded event with Camila Cabello. La Flame is also nominated in multiple categories including Best Rap Album for Astroworld.
Travis accepted the Grammy gig when others refused. There were multiple big-name rap acts that declined to perform including Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Childish Gambino.
La Flame is fresh off a controversial performance at the 2019 Super Bowl, where he performed "Sicko Mode" alongside headliners Maroon 5.
Salute to Travis for rocking the Grammy stage. Check out Travis Scott's performance at the 2019 Grammy Awards below.
Also, be sure to check out our winners list for the 2019 Grammy Awards to learn who took home awards at the star-studded event.
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