Travis Scott Blasts The Grammys Over Best Rap Album Snub During His Thrilling Perfomance

Travis Scott has criticized the Grammys for ignoring him during his performance at the awards ceremony.

Travis Scott has blasted the Grammy Awards for passing him by during his performance at the actual ceremony. On Sunday, February 4, La Flame performed a medley of UTOPIA songs at the 2024 Grammy Awards. During a passionate performance of “FE!N” with Playboi Carti, he improvised the line, “They slept on me 10 times,” referencing his 10 nominations but zero wins.

Additionally, Scott smashed folding chairs into the ground to end his concert, though it’s unclear if this was a result of frustration or just a part of his usually charged performances. The Houstonian’s only nomination at the Grammys last night was for Best Rap Album, where UTOPIA faced off against Killer Mike’s Michael, Nas’ King’s Disease III, Metro Boomin’s Heroes & Villains, Drake and 21 Savage’s joint album Her Loss.

Scott looked to be upset over the announcement of the Best Rap Album winner on X (formerly Twitter) by sharing an emoji of a raised eyebrow.

Along with Pusha T’s Daytona, Nipsey Hussle’s Victory Lap, Mac Miller’s Swimming, Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy, and others, Travis Scott was previously nominated for Best Rap Album in 2019 for Astroworld.

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