Travis Scott is on the heels of the release of his career-defining album. Astroworld has been one of the most successful projects of the entire year and after his fans were waiting for years, this is officially the moment Travis has been catapulted into superstardom. He now comfortably stands next to some of the greats as the creator continues his upwards trajectory with his plans for the next work. La Flame has always thought years in advance. When he was working on Rodeo, we already knew about Astroworld. It's crazy to think about it, really. He has now revealed his plans to possibly integrate a Broadway theme for his next album on The Ellen Show.

In addition to his performance of "Sicko Mode" on the show, Travis spoke to Ellen about the birth of his daughter Stormi, sharing some never-before-told details. Kris Jenner, aka "Mama KJ," helped to deliver the baby as Travis revealed he was majorly freaked out by his first exposure to placenta. Near the end of his appearance, he started speaking about his acting past as he was a member of the Thespian society in school, singing in plays. He told the host about his possible plans to incorporate a Broadway theme in his next album, saying, "I love Broadway. It's super dope. I was thinking my next album should be like, I do a play for a whole week, design a play around my whole album." Ellen offered to help him with it and, to be honest, this sounds like it has the potential to be the next great work from Trav.

Watch a few videos from his appearance below and let us know if you'd be down for a Broadway-inspired Travis Scott album.