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Travis Scott’s ‘Astroworld: Live’ Is Coming to Apple Music

The Houston star caps his hometown event by headlining a two-day concert which, according to a statement from Apple, will stream in 167 countries and regions.

Travis Scott’s all-action Astroworld fest is coming to a small screen near you.

Scott’s first performance at the 2021 edition of Astroworld Festival will stream worldwide this Friday from 10pm ET, through an exclusive with Apple Music.

Astroworld: Live takes its name from the rapper’s third studio album, which logged multiple weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and established Scott as one of the biggest names in the hip-hop game.

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The Houston star caps his hometown event by headlining a two-day concert which, according to a statement from Apple, will stream in 167 countries and regions.

Astroworld the album was an astronomical success, pushing its way to more than half-a-million equivalent album units in week one.

All 17 tracks from it debuted on the Billboard Hot 100, including two in the Top 10 (“Sicko Mode” and “Stargazing”), making Scott just the fourth act to debut multiple songs in the tier simultaneously.

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Along the way, he has collected eight Grammy Award nominations and launched a limited-edition partnership with McDonalds, becoming just the second-ever celebrity to team with the burger chain for a personalized meal, after Michael Jordan in 1992.

Read more here and watch the Astroworld: Live trailer below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UaovyrLiJI