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Travis Scott tickets are very popular with fans of his music. In 2013 he released his first mixtape and in 2015 he released his debut full length studio album. In 2016 he won the BET Hip Hop Award for Peopl's Champ. When you see him live in concert you could hear songs like Antidote, Pick Up The Phone, Goosebumps and many more.

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