110+ Travis Scott Quotes From The American Rapper

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These Travis Scott quotes are from the American rapper. There are so many Travis Scott quotes that can help you when you are tired of being in the same old rut, and all you need is a little push, a little inspiration, a smile on the face, change of mood, bring you out of the banality of life, make you laugh a little, or may even make you cry a bit, and these Travis Scott quotes exists just do that.

Jacques Webster aka Travis Scott was born on April 30th in the year 1992 in Houston, Texas. Travis Scott spent a lot of his initial growing up a very long time in Missouri City, with his grandma. It was later that Travis Scott moved to suburbia to be with his dad. Travis Scott learned at a tuition-based school before enlisting at Elkins High School. Travis Scott moved on from the equivalent in the year 2007 and in this manner picked up confirmation at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Be that as it may, in his sophomore year, Travis Scott dropped out of school to seek after a profession in music. Enraged by this, Travis Scott’s folks quit supporting him monetarily. In the wake of dropping out of school, Travis Scott moved to New York City to begin a vocation in music. At first, Travis Scott meant to turn into a record maker and began focussing on hip hop genre. At New York, Travis Scott invested quite a bit of his energy at Just Blaze studio. Travis Scott joined forces with his long-term companion, Chris Holloway, and together the two propelled the band ‘The Graduates’. After a year, in the year 2008, they thought of their first extended play on the long range interpersonal communication site MySpace.

In the year 2009, Travis Scott framed a gathering with his previous cohort OG Chess, named ‘The Classmates’. Somewhere in the range of 2009 and 2010, The Classmates discharged two undertakings. While the first was with Buddy Rich, the second was with Cruis’n USA. Travis Scott basically took a gander at the creation viewpoint in both the undertakings. The couple stayed together until the year 2012 after which they disbanded because of budgetary and individual issues. Travis Scott confronted a time of brief low in his life, both expertly and by and by. While nothing earth-shattering was occurring in his music vocation, Travis Scott’s monetary deficiencies left him with small intends to endure. Travis Scott went between Los Angeles-Houston-Los Angeles. Incidentally, TI of Grand Hustle Record heard Scott’s generation ‘Lights Love Sick’ and marked an arrangement with him. Travis Scott’s first since forever full-length venture was a mixtape titled ‘Owl Pharaoh’. In any case, call it destiny or misfortune, the arrival of the undertaking got postponed and was later re-made by Kanye West and Mike Dean. In the interim, Travis Scott discharged the track, ‘Blocka La Flame’, a remix of individual GOOD Music name mate Pusha T’s single ‘Blocka’.

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“Need me a therapist to ask if I’m aging”

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“Fuck the money, never leave your people behind, yeah”

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“It was good sex, honorable mention to the net”

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“I can make your Mondays even better like the weekend”

Travis Scott best quotes“If she bad, she get a pass into the tour”

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“This right here is astronomical, I see you picked up all my ways, I feel responsible”

“Parked at the Days Inn, ain’t takin’ no days, Don’t need a vacation, I need a replacement”

“She said, “where we goin’?” I said “the moon”, We ain’t even make it to the room”

“When I shoot my shot, that shit wetty like I’m Sheck, see the shots that I took, wet like I’m Book”

“He said “keep that on lock”, I said “you know this shit, it’s life”, yeah”

“Shorty in the back, She said she workin’ on her glutes, yeah”

“Passes to my daughter, I’ma show her what it took, Baby mama cover Forbes, got these other bitches shook, yeah”

“Because it’s too much money out here, And there’s too many honeys out here”

“Nothin’ beatin’ home like “mane”

“You can’t win a trophy or a plaque off her, But never turn your back on her”

“I don’t send pics, I just shoot”

“Controlling how you moving, lucid dreaming”

“Know I love to smoke, you love to lick more, Wanna hit the Jack then what you call for”

“She like “I-I-I-I-Iced out wrist, iced out, iced out wrist”

“Wanna kick with the gang, you gotta bang it”

“Pull up, left something I ain’t came with”

“Three main bitches thinkin’ they my main bitch, Hit the club and swap the hoes I came with”

“Practice, oh, no, never preach, Infiltrate the enemy, moving on them randomly”

“I went to school where they teach you finesse”

“What would you do if you heard I got it going on”

“I’m out of my mind, yeah I’m high above the rim”

“The vibes too wavy, it’s too hard to kill”

“Play this ballers offense, I left ol’ girl, she callin’, You know I hit in morning, oh yeah she yawning”

“I’ma tell the truth like Usher”

“At Christmas time it’s no Saint Nick we got the Grinch”

“Big bankroll it’s soothin’ hmm”

“Drop the top, play hide and seek”

“Drop the top, pop it, let it bang”

“I’m just tryna get the paper, stayin’ out the papers”

“Bad-bad news, I’m just bad-bad news, Good thing, the two, Bonnie and Clyde, The money and who?”

“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.”

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“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.”

“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.”

“Killer would show up with boxes of pizza/And said he had a label recruitin’ people/Put that on my grandma and everythin’/My homie said he told ’em his name was Wayne/It could’ve been me or could’ve been you too/What a memory in me, needing to lose/What’s gon’ patch up my intertube/So I could pop a wheelie and walk it too”

“It’s summer time, why they tryna throw shade?/All these wins I can never gold state (yeah)/UFC I’m tapping to my old ways (alright)/I’m addressing shit like I’m on ways/Showed ya love, ain’t show it back in OK/Like the girl that she go both ways/Dropped the Rodeo, I dodged a bull like olé/Hopped in the Bronco, skrrt off like OJ (yeah)”

“Highway, dip in traffic, 2 gears, automatic/Leave the strip club tragic,2 broads going at it (It’s lit!)/Me and Jacques going brazy, Me and Chase going brazy (Straight up!)/Smashin’ off your old lady (Yeah!), Everythin’ goin’ crazy (Yeah!)”

“Balance, find your balance/God said it’s my talent, sprinkle a little season on the salad/Relieve my heart of malice, hit my palace/Stroke my cactus, oh, don’t wait Don’t play)/Play no games like the NBA, throwin’ checks like the NBA/You a ring, you a ring, we shootin’ shots like the NRA/Ahh, she jammin’ Travis and Kid Cudi/The new Krayzie Bone and Slim Bun B”

“I just poured a eighth in a liter/Throw some jolly ranchers in make it sweeter/Versace my clothes I’m with a white ho/And she snortin’ three lines like Adidas/Got a black girl rolling off molly/Got a white bitch snorting up snow/Say she want real niggas in the party/Parents gon’ leave the keys to the condo”

“Pulled out in the hood Toyota/Drove back to the hood Lambo/Crushes xans in my soda/Riding around the city with my eyes closed/Crazy girls got it poppin’, AOD got it poppin’/Tryna’ text my accountant/Ain’t no service in the mountains (straight up!)/Won’t you come to the bottom (yeah)/Know you heard a lot about ’em”

“Like my time, like my jokes (sweet)/We been down since in the basement with the most (sweet, yah)/Shout my town, shout my troops/Shout my jeweler, made my chain look like Fruit Loops (yeah, it’s lit!)/Come get a taste, come get a scoop/I done made it out the hood through all the hoops (hula hoops)/I done finally found a way to make the loot/Link up all my niggas and my jewelers”

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“When I ask who bigger/Ain’t tryna argue with ya, I’m tryna figure (straight up!)/Who you with, who your team?/What your side? How you, how you, how you ride (how you ride?)/How you use me to survive (straight up!)Yeah, cause we up, lit at five/At the crib goin’ live, oh so live (yeah)/Eric keep the strippers, order V Live/Order wings, told em’ hold the side”

“Yeah, always got it on me baby, automatic, yeah/Where I’m at is static, but it ain’t got traffic, yeah/Push up on me, them boys make you do a backflip/Balance on the beam, yeah balance on the beam, yeah/Do some shit I’ve never seen/Won’t you come out with the team, yeah/Yeah, you might just win a ring, yeah/Why they home on they homescreens?”

“All my niggas outside, pillow talkin’ sneak dissin’
Get a nigga jaw wide/Beat you baby mama throat so long she say her jaw’s tired/Young Savage get a nigga wacked cause I got mob ties, I’m a wise guy/All my niggas in the field/I’m draped in that Biani, I ain’t got a deal/Slaughter Gang and PDE, we killin’ shit for real/10 bad bitches, suckin dick and eatin’ pills”

“When I’m pullin’ up right beside ya/Popstar, lil’ Mariah when I text a cute game/Wildness, throw a stack on the Bible/Never Snapchat or took molly/She fall through plenty, her and all her ginnies/We at the top floor, right there off the Henny/Oh no, I can’t fuck with y’all/Yea, when I’m with my squad I cannot do no wrong”

“Mama, dear, spare your feelings/I’m reliving moments, peeling more residual/(I can) buy the building, burn the building, take your bitch, rebuild the building just to fuck some more/(I can) justify my love for you and touch the sky for God to stop, debating war/Put the pussy on a pedestal/Put the pussy on a high horse/That pussy to die for/That pussy to die for”

“Yeah, first take, you ain’t on time, you were late/When you around me, you’re safe (lit!)You can’t go around, fuck the heresay/I know that look on your face/You think you winnin’ a race/You think all I do is play (yeah!)/I didn’t put you in your place/Then why you still here in my place?”

“Shit, goddamn you feelin’ yourself/Out in Hollywood, you got a nigga with some wealth/You ain’t free tonight, I bet he call somebody else/Tryna tell you I’m the last real nigga left/You can hit me if you need help/With your love problems, with your money problems/I just might solve ’em, I just might solve ’em/I just might solve ’em, I just might solve ’em”

“Pour up a four of that Actavis/Lean like my mothafuckin’ granny did/Super Bowl ring with big body Benz/I stack it up now I’m just better livin’/Got screws in my mouth, I’m just preppin’ it/I’m fucking this cash up, I’m not celibate/I’m packin’ it up like a reverend/I need all this cash, I got hella kids”

“Girl you’re so cute and your ass is nice/Drinkin’ on four and I’m shootin’ dice/Wrist polar bear, Klondike/And I’m loving all races, hell nah don’t discriminize/Drinkin’ on clean, sanitize/Ostritch seats with the frog eyes/If I ever call your phone baby/Best believe it’s only one time”

“You know what, we grew on/We go back like futons and coupons/We too bad, we too wild, we too young/Shake some, my niggas gon’ shake some/Fall through and break somethin’/Broad day, and take somethin'”

“How you been with your workout visits?/Got my prescription, guide my intentions/You know my intentions/You know that nobody know our business/God’s our witness, lit like my wrist is/Only like it when you’re at your littest”

“We just landed in your city, go time/Driving to the venue, like we’re seeing no signs/She got all the passes, she don’t ever do lines/Bustin’ like she’s single, she ain’t wasting no time/You cannot record, that’s for the show now/Leave your phone, you get that later on now/Pour that special drink that’s for my throat now/And take a sip, oh my”

“You go through the same shit like any other place. The difficulty we find is trying to find a way to get out of that situation, without having to follow the system. Not, “I gotta get a job, I gotta work with somebody.” There’s people like me that’s got vision.”

“Yes, money is important. But it’s all about the creative process. Money is something that keeps you alive and healthy and just keeps you focused. It’s the drive. It’s the passion. I’m making songs not for the money but to see motherfuckers’ reaction.”

“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.”

“F**k the rules and have fun.”

“There’s definitely a lot of kids who like to express their feelings, you know, escape out of whatever their going through.”

“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 Kudi and then I found myself. I probably went to one of his shows and I found myself.”

“How to like manage time, manage what you got, put togethor, how to like, you know, put everything you want into a pyramid, create a flow, empower your friends too.Having just a good team”

“You gotta motivate kids.”

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“I feel like the way she creates is so ill, I just want to work with her and just bounce ideas. We probably don’t even have to make music. We could just talk.”

“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.”

“The album was made from a Southern hospitality place. I was only trying to f**k with people that kind of grew from the roots that I came from. We all kind of all speak the same story. But I’m also from a different world as, like, the rest of those guys. They’re from that world and I visit that world, cause that’s like my origins and shit. But it’s not a place where I dwell. I’m more, like, somewhere in a treehouse. You know what I’m saying?”

“He was a jazz player, he played the piano and shit, and he’s like very talented and he was my biggest inspiration in music. He was the one that taught my dad.”

“Don’t think for a second your back won’t be stabbed, because people change, and feelings fade, but don’t worry new friendships are made.”

“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 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.”

“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.”

“I think the next show I should do in New York should be like the illest show ever. I wanna hold out on shows until I can do it perfectly. It’s coming together. Stage design. Ill visual shit. I’m putting together, like, a tour.”

“Shit, high school was on some sports shit. I was always running around doing dumb shit. Hyper activities. I was always into music, so I did that. I was smart. I fucked with school. I fuck with education. But I always had an urgency to do something awesome. When you young, you looking at n—– like Lil Bow Wow and shit like, balling.”

“I’m kind of surprised. I thought it was gonna take a little minute for people to probably fuck with it. But I always thought the album was ill—the idea of what I wanted to do was ill as fuck. I just didn’t know if people were going to understand the way I put it across. So I’m glad.”

“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.”

“Yeah, yeah. And the thing is, I wanted to give my experience all on wax—where I’m from, what it felt like to be where I’m from, and kind of how it felt to be the different object in the circle, you know what I’m saying? So that’s what it sounds like.”

“I kinda like learned a little bit about like producing from him by just watching him make a couple of beats, other than that I taught myself everything I know.”

“It’s like a rush, man. You grow up in a small community: There’s no outlet like New York or L.A.“

“This stage is sacred. It’s the only time we get to speak and niggas listen. That’s when I’m at peace. All the critics and everyone who don’t like you go away. That’s where you got 2,000 of your people. You go out to your village and stand up on top of a house and you like, ‘WE ABOUT TO CHANGE THE WORLD!’ I love my fans more than anything. I’d give my kidney up [for them].”

“Muthaf**ka, he going in on this album. That nigga not sleeping. The n***a ain’t eating. It’s just crazy. It’s lit like he’s just focusing on this album. He really wants this album to be the illest, so I’m just here to support that.”

“Shit. 10, 12, probably. Young.”

“It’s kind of crazy. I’m really not into the whole camera and all that shit. 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.”

“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.”

“I feel like mad shit was happening while I was learning. I was working with Jay Z while I was still learning how to be who I was about to become. Still, to this day — I’m just soaking in the information.”

“These dudes are rich, man. They think they can buy everything and shit. 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. You know what I’m saying?”

“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.”

“Man, it’s ill. ’Ye told me all the time, he wants me to carry the music through time. He trusts me with the sound and shit.”

“My dad has his master’s in … what’s that shit with politics … political science. But you know, me and this n—- fought all the time. That n—- never really did shit. He used to always be home and shit. It’s fucked up. It’s just weak, man. It’s the worst shit ever, man.”

“I mean, kinda. Not like in a lump sum! But yeah, definitely. Gotta hold my moms down.”

“My uncle’s name is Travis. He was like my favorite uncle. My favorite relative. I looked up to him and shit. That n—- was just cool as fuck. He always just had swag. He played golf and shit. He just had swag. That n—- was just smart. Always made good decisions, good business decisions.”

“I see hip-hop as going in a self-managing place. It’s very culturally controlled and artist-controlled. It’s not really based on a label anymore. Everything is pretty much in the control of the artist. Which is amazing. A lot of us young artists, like ASAP Rocky and Tyler and me and FKA Twigs and The Weeknd as well, we kind of took it into our own hands to make sure that we have our own fans and none of that got away from us. That’s a good thing. That allows us to drop an album whenever and however we want to, do videos however we want to, make songs however we want to, and it’s not really dependent on the radio. Hopefully my album does good. There hasn’t been a song blowing on the radio yet. It’s just been SoundCloud and TravisScott.com. It’s just support from the fans.”

“I don’t write shit down. That’s the problem. I don’t really have an agenda. But I have a couple of points. Inspire. Create an experience. I’ll be satisfied when everybody’s straight, and the vision’s coming alive. And then it’s more kids like me being highlighted.”

“People see me perform and they’re like, “Oh, he’s gonna climb this pole! He’s gonna jump into the crowd! He’s gonna do this! He’s gonna do that!” I don’t do that shit just to get the crowd hype. That’s an emotion thing. Some shows, I probably don’t even jump in the crowd, know what I’m saying? It’s just all about the reception from the fans. You know what I’m saying.”

“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.”

“He took me in super early in my career.”

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