Travis Scott is on the road to redemption.
The rap star is making a steady and triumphant return to live musical performances.
It was just announced Scott inked a massive deal with Zouk Nightclub in Las Vegas, NV.
Travis Scott Inks Las Vegas Residency
The “Sicko Mode” rapper officially has a residency in Sin City!
His stay in Las Vegas will begin on September 17 for the first of seven appearances at Zouk Nightclub inside Resorts World Las Vegas.
Representatives described his residency as a multi-year partnership. An additional date of October 15 is also on sale.
Scott’s residency is called “Road to Utopia.”
Get Ready For His “Road To Utopia”
Resorts Worlds Las Vegas describes “Road to Utopia” as a “mind-bending, first-of-its-kind nightclub residency experience.”
His show will take advantage of the venue’s “technological prowess” according to Billboard.
The Cactus Jack creator plans to utilized everything the venue has to offer, which includes kaleidoscope visuals, ability to float above the dance floor, advanced sound/acoustics.
“He is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of artist with such a creative mind, we’re excited for what he will be able to create in the space,” the CMO of Resorts World Las Vegas said.
Scott is expected to run through his top hits as well as feature previews of upcoming tracks.
The rapper actually performed at the venue in May, which prompted an organic business deal with RWLV.
“From there, our teams had built such a great rapport with one another and there was so much great synergy between Travis’s creative vision and Zouk — it just made sense to continue the relationship and build a great partnership,” the CMO added.
It appears Scott might’ve manifested this massive deal back in June.
On June 27, He tweeted, “Staying on course and continuing to go hard for y’alll is a main driveeee for me.”
Did Travis Manifest His Residency?
It’s apparent the performer has been staying on course to create safer concerts following his November 5, 2021 Astroworld festival that turned deadly.
Last month, Scott paused a show at Miami’s exclusive E11EVEN club. The pause in his performance came after multiple concertgoers climbed scaffolding to get a better look at their idol.
In the past, Scott was infamous for inciting chaos and encouraging mosh pits at his shows.
According to footage obtained by TMZ, he can be heard rapping “Antidote” before stopping and saying, “We need y’all to get down. We need y’all to get down.”
Another person onstage reassures the rapper “I got ‘em, I got ‘em.”
The crowd starts to get restless over the concertgoers’ actions.
Travis hits the mic again saying, “Aye yo my bro, my brother, just make sure you’re okay though my brother. You hear me?”
He then hypes the crowd back up by asking, “If everybody okay, let me get a ‘Hell Yeah.’”
The crowd shouts in unison, “Hell Yeah”
“If everybody want to party, let me get a ‘Hell Yeah.’”
Travis restarted his performance but not before asking the crowd to take two steps back from the barricade around the stage.
The Blast reported that 10 concertgoers at his Astroworld Festival died after the audience surged forward toward the stage. Their official cause of death was compression asphyxia.
Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend faces multiple multi-million-dollar lawsuits, some are even in the billions of dollars, from families of the Astroworld victims.
In the wake of the tragedy, the rapper took time away from performing, social media and public appearances.
He made a comeback at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards in May thanks to Diddy, who hosted and executive produced the award show.