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Travis Scott joins Future and Southside on first song since Astroworld

Travis Scott appeared on his first tune because the Astroworld music competition tragedy final November. 

Scott is featured on rapper Future and producer Southside’s monitor, “Maintain That Warmth.” 

The three artists additionally launched a video for the song Saturday.

Within the monitor, the 30-year-old rapper sings, “Maintain that, maintain that heater.”

It’s unclear when the monitor and music video have been recorded. A rep for Scott didn’t instantly reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.

Final month, Scott spoke out about the tragedy in Houston. Scott was performing on the competition when a crowd surge led to 10 deaths and a whole bunch of accidents.

In March, the rapper shared along with his Instagram followers a hyperlink to his philanthropic marketing campaign, Mission HEAL.

“Over the previous few months I’ve been taking the time and area to grieve, mirror and do my half to heal my neighborhood,” Scott started. “Most significantly, I need to use my sources and platform transferring ahead in direction of actionable change. This will likely be a lifelong journey for me and my household.

Travis Scott appeared in Future, Southside’s newest music video “Maintain that warmth.”
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Travis Scott
It’s unclear when the monitor and music video have been recorded.
Youtube/Southside

“Whereas it’s straightforward for companies and establishments to remain within the shadows, I really feel as a frontrunner in my neighborhood, I must step up in occasions of want,” he continued. “My group and I created Mission HEAL to take a lot wanted motion in direction of supporting actual options that make all occasions the most secure areas they will probably be. I’ll at all times honor the victims of the Astroworld tragedy who stay in my coronary heart without end.” 

The “Sicko Mode” rapper concluded with, “Giving again and creating alternatives for the youth is one thing I’ve at all times performed and can proceed to do so long as I’ve the possibility. This program will likely be a catalyst to actual change and I can’t wait to introduce the remainder of the know-how and concepts we’ve been engaged on. See you all so quickly.” 

The assertion marked the third time Scott has spoken out concerning the tragedy since his initial apology video and a subsequent interview.

When Scott, whose actual title is Jacques Bermon Webster, took the stage to shut out the 2021 Astroworld Music Competition, the group was already densely filled with followers trying to get a glimpse of the headlining performer.

A lot of them sneaked into the venue all through the day. Authorities have stated 50,000 folks attended the occasion in Houston. Over 300 folks have been handled at an on-site discipline hospital at NRG Park, and a minimum of 13 have been hospitalized after the crowd reportedly surged ahead. 

Scott has confronted criticism for not stopping the present, however he has claimed a number of occasions he was unaware of how dire the scenario was within the crowd from his vantage level on the stage and solely realized of how unhealthy issues obtained after his set had concluded. 

The youngest sufferer of the tragedy was 9-year-old Ezra Blount. The others who died ranged in age from 14 to 27, a lot of whom have been named within the lawsuits that filed within the days after the tragedy. 

Fox Information’ Janelle Ash and The Related Press contributed to this report

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