Travis Scott Performs “Butterfly Effect” at 2017 MTV EMAs
Travis Scott just turned in yet another dope performance with his now-signature animatronic bird. Taking the stage at the 2017 MTV EMAs, the Houston rapper put on an electric live rendition of his platinum-selling single, “Butterfly Effect.”
Floating above the London audience on his robotic fowl, Scott crooned the song lyrics as streams of purple beamed down across his shoulders and down onto the crowd. Scott dropped “Butterfly Effect” all the way back in May, but the track’s showing no real signs of getting old, and has no doubt made fans want to get their hands on AstroWorld even more.
Just before Scott took the stage, French Montana and Swae Lee rocked the crowd with yet another performance of “Unforgettable,” a cut from French’s Jungle Rules album. For their energetic turn at the EMAs, the two rappers were also accompanied by a sizable group of dancers, flashy lighting and bursting flames.
Before French and Lee, Eminem opened up the 2017 EMAs by performing “Walk on Water,” the first single from his forthcoming ninth album, Revival. Just a short time later, he also took home the trophy for Best Hip Hop. Slim Shady takes no losses.
Peep a clip of Scott’s 2017 MTV EMAs performance below. Check out the list of 2017 MTV EMA winners afterwards.
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