From his igniting falsetto heard in his "It's lit!" ad-lib to his ethereal AutoTune that could contrarily lull listeners to sleep, Travis Scott is ready to use his voice as a vessel for the Black Lives Matter movement.
In a cover story interview with The Face published Monday (Sept. 14), the rapper spoke on the impact of fellow Houston native George Floyd's death back in May, which sparked a defining moment in 2020 with the Black Lives Matter movement. 2020 feels like it's been Scott's year, from scoring the first Billboard 200 No. 1 album of the decade with his Jackboys project to his Astronomical Fortnite event to now his McDonald's partnership. But he has even bigger plans on how to use his platform to meet this movement.
"We got a voice to try to make change. People are listening, you know what I mean? And we want to try to make sure they understand that I’m a tool. Allow me to help in any way," he said in the new interview. "Let me know where we got to go show up. It’s a big picture. It’s like a lot of groundwork we got to do."