On the heels of the birth of his first child, Travis Scott continues to rack up his wins outside of the booth as he was recently presented with the key to his native Missouri City. It was during the city's annual Black History Month Celebration of Culture and Music that he was presented with the award by Mayor Allen Owen with the likes of James Harden in attendance.

"All I ever wanted to do was go outside of the city and put on for the city as much as I can," Travis, born Jacques Webster, noted while delivering his remarks at the ceremony. "This place right here gave me all my ideas...I owe everything to this city."

In addition to the honor, February 10th has offically been declared as Travis Scott Day in the Texan city. The 25-year old took to social media to commemorate the moment on multiple instances.

It's certainly a great time to be Travis Scott has this recent accolade arrives as just the icing on the cake of a slew of prefessional accomplishments as we continue to ride out the Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho wave and await his hghly-anticipated AstroWorld solo effort. While we wait, though, he's been steadily delivering as a guest on a handful of natoable tracks including a most recent appearance on the lauded Black Panther soundtrack.