also known as flame Or cacti jackRapper Travis Scott – just months after the release of his next studio-produced recording project: “Utopia”, has recreated the famous shot of the album cover representing the Beatles on Abbey Road.
That’s right: The Houston rapper was recently spotted in St John’s Wood, northwest London, at the exact spot where the hugely popular rock group posed for a photoshoot in August 1969. The location is just outside the famous Abbey Road studios where the Beatles recorded – quite literally – ‘Abbey Road’ opposite Travis Scott who was there to record utopia,
Furthermore, the artist bears a striking resemblance to Paul McCartney, even though he wears shoes and is not shown barefoot. And for the occasion, he also requested the involvement of three stunt doubles in the roles of John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.
Travis Scott | Bio
travis scottpseudonym of Jacques Bermon Webster IIalso known as flame Or cacti jack (Houston, April 30, 1991), is an American rapper and record producer. In 2013, he signed a record deal with TI’s Grand Hustle Records, releasing the album rodeo (2015) E Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight (2016) and has been enjoying widespread success in the US and international charts. After publishing collaborative albums with Quavo, huncho jack, jack huncho (2017), and Billboard’s number one album of 2020 jackboys (2019) with Cactus Jack Collective.(8) In 2018 he released his third solo album, Astroworld, which debuted at number one on several charts overseas and received acclaim from music critics, including a nomination for Best Rap Album at the 2019 Grammy Awards. fourth album utopia Expected to happen in 2023.
During his career he has collaborated with many hip-hop and contemporary R&B artists, including Kanye West, 21 Savage, Pharrell Williams, Kid Cudi, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Yung Lean, 2 Chainz, Jay-Z, The The Weeknd, Stevie Wonder. John Legend, Alicia Keys, SZA and Ella Mai, but also exponents of other musical genres such as Rosalia, Ed Sheeran, Ozzy Osbourne, Calvin Harris and Justin Bieber. As a producer, he has worked with Madonna, Rihanna, Big Sean and Migos. An eight-time Grammy Award nominee and winner of a Latin Grammy Award, he has achieved success by selling over 45 million copies of singles and albums in the United States since the second half of 2010.