Travis Scott joins Future and Southside on first track since Astroworld

Travis Scott appeared on his first music as a result of the Astroworld music pageant tragedy closing November. 

Scott is featured on rapper Future and producer Southside’s monitor, “Keep That Heat.” 

The three artists moreover launched a video for the track Saturday.

Inside the monitor, the 30-year-old rapper sings, “Keep that, preserve that heater.”

It’s unclear when the monitor and music video had been recorded. A rep for Scott didn’t immediately reply to Fox Data’ request for comment.

Closing month, Scott spoke out concerning the tragedy in Houston. Scott was acting on the pageant when a crowd surge led to 10 deaths and tons of of accidents.

In March, the rapper shared collectively along with his Instagram followers a hyperlink to his philanthropic advertising and marketing marketing campaign, Enterprise HEAL.

“Over the previous couple of months I’ve been taking the time and home to grieve, replicate and do my half to heal my group,” Scott began. “Most importantly, I want to use my sources and platform transferring forward within the path of actionable change. This could be a lifelong journey for me and my family.

Travis Scott appeared in Future, Southside’s latest music video “Keep that heat.”
Travis Scott
It’s unclear when the monitor and music video had been recorded.

“Whereas it’s simple for corporations and institutions to stay inside the shadows, I actually really feel as a pacesetter in my group, I’ve to step up in events of need,” he continued. “My group and I created Enterprise HEAL to take quite a bit needed movement within the path of supporting precise choices that make all events probably the most safe areas they’ll presumably be. I’ll on a regular basis honor the victims of the Astroworld tragedy who keep in my coronary coronary heart eternally.” 

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The “Sicko Mode” rapper concluded with, “Giving once more and creating options for the youth is one factor I’ve on a regular basis carried out and may proceed to take action lengthy as I’ve the prospect. This program could be a catalyst to precise change and I can’t wait to introduce the rest of the experience and ideas we’ve been engaged on. See you all so rapidly.” 

The assertion marked the third time Scott has spoken out regarding the tragedy since his preliminary apology video and a subsequent interview.

When Scott, whose precise title is Jacques Bermon Webster, took the stage to close out the 2021 Astroworld Music Competitors, the group was already densely stuffed with followers making an attempt to get a glimpse of the headlining performer.

Numerous them sneaked into the venue all by the day. Authorities have said 50,000 of us attended the event in Houston. Over 300 of us had been dealt with at an on-site topic hospital at NRG Park, and never lower than 13 had been hospitalized after the gang reportedly surged forward. 

Scott has confronted criticism for not stopping the current, nevertheless he has claimed numerous events he was unaware of how dire the situation was inside the crowd from his vantage degree on the stage and solely realized of how harmful points obtained after his set had concluded. 

The youngest sufferer of the tragedy was 9-year-old Ezra Blount. The others who died ranged in age from 14 to 27, a number of whom had been named inside the lawsuits that filed inside the days after the tragedy. 

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Fox Data’ Janelle Ash and The Associated Press contributed to this report