Before the Houston native dropped his debut LP Rodeo and was recruited for Kanye West’s Very G.O.O.D. Beats production crew, Travis Scott was homeless, living out of his car.
“Yeah, it was crazy. Me and my homie Jason, we were both just trapping out of that whip. It was just a time when I was mad hungry like I am now. I still sleep on my couch at my crib even though I have a bed,” said Scott in an interview with Oyster magazine.
In September, the 24-year-old rapper/producer released his sophomore album Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight.
The project included a record called “lose” where Scott confesses his nervousness about losing what he has gained.
“Yeah. And my whole thing is like, in that song, ‘Man, I have so much right now, and I feel like if I was to make the wrong decision I could lose it all,’” conveyed Scott. “I feel like that applies to all the young n-ggas out there right now. Even creatives and brands, if you make the wrong move your whole brand is f-cked!”