Travis Scott’s Grammy Snub EXPLODES into On-Stage Chaos! Chairs Fly and Fire Roars – Inside the Wild Night at Arena

Dive into the electrifying aftermath of Travis Scott’s Grammy disappointment. Witness the chaos unfold on stage at Arena as chairs fly and fire roars during an explosive performance.

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Travis Scott delivered a composed performance with “My Eyes” and “I Know” at the Grammys 2024.

Travis Scott, unable to clinch the coveted Best Rap Album trophy at this year’s Grammy Awards, channeled his disappointment into an explosive three-song medley at the Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday night (Feb. 4). Transforming the stage into a smoky Utopia, Scott initially delivered a composed performance with “My Eyes” and “I Know.”

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However, the atmosphere shifted dramatically as he unleashed the aggressive energy of his album standout, “Fe!n,” hurling chairs and anything within reach while fire illuminated the stage. A masked Playboi Carti joined the chaos, adding to the on-set demolition.

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Earlier in the evening, Scott’s album “Utopia” vied for Best Rap Album against competitors like Drake and 21 Savage’s “Her Loss,” Nas’ “King Disease III,” Metro Boomin’s “Heroes and Villains,” but Killer Mike’s “Michael” claimed the Grammy. This unexpected outcome left the 10-time nominee confused, expressing his reaction with a raised eyebrow emoji on social media.

This isn’t the first time Scott faced Grammy disappointment; in 2018, his acclaimed work “Astroworld” lost to Cardi B’s “Invasion of Privacy,” visibly upsetting the rapper as captured in his Netflix documentary, “Look Mom I Can Fly.”

Despite the Grammy setback, Travis Scott‘s “Utopia” enjoyed a triumphant 2023, soaring to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 496,000 album-equivalent units. The album featured collaborations with industry heavyweights like Drake, Beyonce, The Weeknd, Playboi Carti, Bad Bunny, SZA, Kid Cudi, and more.

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