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Watch Travis Scott Bring a Young Fan on Stage to Perform 'Goosebumps'

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Travis Scott performs at Power 105.1's Powerhouse 20167at Barclays Center on Oct. 26, 2017 in Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Travis Scott's penchant for raging, off-the-wall live shows have undoubtedly become an essential part of his career -- even if they all don't exactly end the way he intended. During a recent tour stop in Santa Ana, California, Scott invited one of his younger concert attendees to join him onstage to perform "Goosebumps." 

Scott's crowd helped the young fan crowd-surf to the stage as the rapper cautioned fans to be careful not to drop him. When the young boy arrived on stage, Scott greeted him and praised him for his courage.

"You like one of the illest motherf---ers of all time, you know that, right?" the rapper said as concertgoers screamed and applauded the fan. "He's gotta be like the youngest fan to ever do this right here." 

When Scott asked his fan which song he'd like to hear next, the young boy requested "Goosebumps" and could barely contain his excitement when the beat dropped. Scott then gave the boy the mic to deliver a few lines before the rapper and his crowd joined in on the sing-along. 

Aside from his buzzy shows, Scott recently dropped off his joint project Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho with Quavo of Migos to hold fans over until his highly anticipated solo effort Astroworld arrives. 

Watch the performance below.

 

Travis Scott is for the children --: @charliemordoki

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