Travis Scott revealed Kanye during live broadcast in Rome: 'There is no 'utopia' without Kanye West



Travis Scott revealed Kanye during a live broadcast in Rome: 'There is no 'utopia' without Kanye West'

The duo performed "Praise God" from 'Donda' and Ye's 2007 single, "Can't Tell Me Nothing".During his Utopia show in Rome, Travis Scott brought out his mentor Kanye West.

"There was only one human being on this motherfucking planet who ever walked shoulder to shoulder with me through any and all motherfucking things," La Flame said of introducing Ye. He then got his DJ Chase B to play the intro to Donda's track "Praise God", in which Scott is featured. The two rappers joined onstage to thunderous applause from the audience.

When the track got to Baby Keem's verse, however, they cut it and switched it to a performance of the 2007 single "Can't Tell Me Nothing". Scott told the audience, "Give me 'Can't Tell Me Nothing', because I only have to hear it once. I want everybody to make some motherfucking noise during the best time ever."

After the song, Scott addressed the audience. "There is no utopia without Kanye West," he said. "There is no Travis Scott without Kanye West. There is no Rome without Kanye West. Make some noise for Ye!" The two embraced and Kanye left the stage as the audience chanted his name. It's worth noting that when Utopia was released, many fans drew comparisons to Kanye's Yeezus.

The performance was streamed live on Scott's official website. It's the first time Scott and Kanye have shared the stage since the various Ye Donda 2 live shows last year.Kanye lost a lot of support from his collaborators last year when he made a series of anti-Semitic comments that ended with him publicly praising Adolf Hitler and denying the Holocaust. He didn't appear in Scott's long-awaited Utopia, but it's clear they still get along despite Ye's very problematic public comments. In fact, in the song "Skitzo", Scott expressed his loyalty to Ye. "I'm loyal, bitch, I won Ye over Biden," he sang in a reference to Ye's unsuccessful 2020 presidential bid.

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