Travis Scott is a man of his word and a man of his work. He has acquired a huge fanbase which stemmed from the early days and projects such as Owl Pharaoh. With his album Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight on the way, we decided to compile the 15 Realest Travis Scott Quotes Ever.
Scott is known for some pretty sinister beats and pulling his fans in with some auto-tuned versions of his vocals that set them off in a big way. His Rodeo album was a pretty intense asymmetrical genius that was applauded and welcomed by his fans.
The next project is Birds In The Trap Singh McKnight which is another highly anticipated project slated to release on August 5, 2016. So far he has released a single titled, “Pick Up The Phone” featuring Young Thug and Quavo. However fans are really awaiting the full project which comes very soon. In the meantime you can check out our 15 Realest Travis Scott Quotes Ever.
15 Realest Travis Scott Quotes Ever
“My grandma, she stay in the hood. I got family that live in the hood. That ain’t tight. That ain’t no type of place to claim, or wanna be from. You know what I’m saying? You put on for your hood, in the right way. There’s mad kids like me. Creative. It’s not about your location, it’s your mind.”
“But to be honest, I probably didn’t know myself all the way. I knew there was something in me but I didn’t know myself all the way. So with this album I’m kind of trying to explain that quest. In the midst [of the album] I find myself and it’s the craziest reaction of all time.”
“I’m at a point now where I can just control what I do. There’s a time and place for certain things. When I was young, that was my [problem]. I used to just — whooooo. Go crazy.”
“My music isn’t rappity-rap-rap-rap. I base my music off of lifestyle and emotion—that’s why my music has a lot of chords, even if it’s a hard-ass joint. I consider myself an artist, which is, like, the most played term, but I believe it. Don’t get it twisted, I’m no b**ch, n***a got bars. But I’m not, like, super conscious. I don’t write, I just go in the booth. I’m attached to the beat. The beat speaks words. I love music.”
“You was supposed to buy my album with an action figure and a USB. It would have been the illest shit ever. This was the opportunity to raise the bar and set the standard, I feel like half the people who didn’t understand Rodeo didn’t because I made Rodeo with this idea of the packaging. That whole packaging was meant to complete my story, but just because I’m young and they didn’t trust the idea this type of shit happens. You gotta be Madonna or somebody for this type of shit to happen. We love [the label], they just need to get down with us faster.”
“There was times I was back home in my bedroom in Mo City and I would cry to myself and shit. I feel like I’m always trying to get to the next point, the next day, get to that goal. It’s getting my creativity level up, and just being able to move around how I want to move around.”
“I’m about to go through this obstacle in life to figure out who I am as a person and, like, figure out where like what God put you on Earth for. So this is Travis’s mental preparation before he gets on the bull.”
“It stresses me out because people think I’m on a lot of drugs, which f**king pisses me off. I’m not at all. I barely drink alcohol and I smoke weed kind of. But I don’t do coke or any of that crazy-ass shit.”
“I feel like just being a fan, I always wanted something that was just like curated for me. I mean, we’re all born different, we all have different personalites. Cause I was one seperated kid, I didnt know who I was and shit until I listened to Cudi and then I found myself. I probably went to one of his shows and I found myself.”
“I don’t think they understand me. Because of the “big names” I know, they feel that plays a big role in why my music is how it is. It’s like a cheat code. No, man! I worked on this album by myself. I played it for Kanye and T.I. a week or two before I was about to turn it in.”
“It’s like creativity and being able to do what you want to do and make ideas come alive, is like the most frustrating thing ever.”
“S**t, high school was on some sports s**t. I was always running around doing dumb s**t. Hyper activities. I was always into music, so I did that. I was smart. I f**ked with school. I f**k with education. But I always had an urgency to do something awesome. When you young, you looking at n----- like Lil Bow Wow and s**t like, balling.”
“Every beat on this album was made from scratch. Not one beat was sent in. Not one. I was involved with every beat. Whether I produced it or programmed it or not everything was made around me.”
“It’s kind of crazy. I’m really not into the whole camera and all that s**t. So it’s kinda weird but I guess that’s just what comes with it. I’m just trying to focus on what I’m doing.”
“You can’t buy swag. You can’t buy vision and you can’t buy aesthetic. You can copy it. But that shit don’t last. You can’t buy being a rock star. You gotta either do the heroine or not.”