Travis Scott Delivers on Promise to Design 'Astroworld' Senior Class Shirts for Texas High School

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Travis Scott performs during his "Astroworld" tour at ORACLE Arena on Dec. 16, 2018 in Oakland, Calif. 

Back in September, Travis Scott offered to design senior class shirts for Eisenhower High School in Houston after they asked him for permission to use some Astroworld-themed logos on their merchandise. On Monday, La Flame followed through on his promise by posting photos of the newly crafted shirts for the students to his Instagram story, which is sure to make every other high schooler in the world pretty jealous. 

"4 the youth dem," he wrote just in time for the holidays. The commemorative beige class shirts read "Wish You Were Here" across the front along with Scott's signature globe featuring a smiley face. "Eisenhower" is also printed in colorful font, much like Scott's Astroworld hoodies.

On the back, you'll find "2019 Enjoy The Ride." In much smaller handwritten print, the 26-year-old signed each with, "Sincerely, Travis Scott." Making his generosity feel that much more personable.

Outside of giving back to the Houston community, Travis Scott announced the second leg of his acclaimed Astroworld Tour on Monday, with the successful first part coming to a close later this month. Presale for the 28-show trek begins at 4 p.m. venue time on Wednesday over at Ticketmaster.

Check out the senior class shirts designed courtesy of La Flame below. 


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