Travi$ Scott Performs “goosebumps” 14 Times In A Row, Because Why Not

blame it on Meka May 17, 2017

In 2012, JAY Z and Kanye West “set a precedent” during their Watch The Throne Tour by performing “N***as In Paris” multiple times, maxing out at 12 while in Paris.

The other day, Travi$ Scott decided to “break” that record.

While in Oklahoma City, during his Bird’s Eye View Tour, La Flame performed his Platinum single “goosebumps” a “record” 14 times in a row.

That may be a hip hop accolade, but that makes barely a dent in the true owner of the most played song in history: The Sherman Brothers, whose song “It’s a Small World (After All)” has been played over 50 million times worldwide (and counting) since its inception in the 1960s.

La Flame, and every other rapper in the history of ever, has some work to do.