In an epic display reminiscent of Kanye West and JAY-Z’s historic performances during the Watch The Throne era, Travis Scott took the stage at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Monday (December 18) and delivered an unforgettable performance of his hit anthem “FE!N” not once, not twice, but an astonishing 10 consecutive times.
The charismatic rapper, often referred to as La Flame, set the tone for the evening by immersing the audience in the pulsating energy of “FE!N.” Addressing the crowd, Scott fittingly exclaimed, “I’m ‘Fe!n’ing for more,” before urging DJ Chase B to restart the electrifying track for the 10th time.
Amid the relentless beats and the crowd’s fervor, Chase B remarked, “It’s shirts flying off in this motherfucker. Y’all on some real ‘Fe!n’ shit right now.” Travis Scott, seizing the moment, pleaded with security to make way for more fans from the seats to join the exhilarating chaos in the general admission area on the floor.
Ahead of the Brooklyn show, Scott took to social media, declaring, “NYC THIS IS NOT A FIRE DRILL ITS THE REALLL THING. IM RESDY TO GO HAMMMMM.” The artist’s commitment to delivering an unparalleled experience for his fans was evident throughout the night.
This bold move by Travis Scott echoes the iconic performances of “N-ggas In Paris” by JAY-Z and Kanye West during the Watch The Throne Tour in 2012 when they astoundingly performed the track 12 consecutive times in Paris, igniting a trend that other artists, including Scott, have embraced.
Travis Scott previously exhibited this unique approach during the Circus Maximus Tour, where he performed “FE!N” 10 times straight for 14 minutes in Tulsa, Oklahoma, leaving the audience in awe. Unfortunately, his Chicago fans will have to wait a bit longer for a similar experience, as the artist had to postpone the December 15 concert due to flight issues.
Expressing his frustration on Twitter, Scott wrote, “IM SOOOOOO F–KKKKKINGGGGG HOTTTTTTTTTTT.” However, he assured his Chicago fans that he would make it up to them, promising a rescheduled date at the United Center on January 3.