Travis Scott has already nabbed the title as one of the year’s greatest performers following the epic shows he’s put on since the release of last year’s Birds In the Trap Sing McKnight, and in maintaining such a characteristic, Travis pulled out all the stops for his performance at this year’s MTV Europe Music Awards.

Taking the signature mechanical hawk that accompanied Trav throughout his well-received Birds Eye View Tour, viewers and attendees were witness to Travis taking things a step further as he stood on top of the bird as it was suspended above the crowd. Despite not being nominated at this year’s ceremony, La Flame’s debut at the European show was one of great proportions.


Currently, he’s readying his forthcoming Astroworld solo album in addition to the highly-anticipated Quavo collaboration album.

According to Quavo, he and Trav have already cooked up at least 20 tracks together, and the duo even posted what appeared to be a snippet of a track set to appear on the album earlier last week. No word yet on when either of them will arrive, but he’s managed to keep fans satiated with his guest appearances across several tracks throughout the latter half of this year, all while balancing the headlines of being the alleged father to the child of an allegedly pregnant Kylie Jenner.

Most recently he hopped on the track alongside CyHi The Prynce on the Atlanta-bred emcee’s “I’m Fine” cut, set to appear on CyHi’s upcoming No Dope On Sundays LP.