How Much Is Travis Scott Worth?

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Travis Scott made headlines on Sunday, Nov. 7 after a mass casualty event at his sold-out Astroworld music festival in Houston that killed eight people and injured many more. Scott was on stage performing as audience members collapsed and were trampled by crowds rushing the stage. Multiple instances of drug overdoses were treated as well, according to CNN. An investigation is currently ongoing. Scott is refunding all ticket sales.

Scott is well-known as a thriving hip-hop artist and the father Stormi Webster, the daughter he had with Kylie Jenner.  In addition to his music career, the rapper has amassed a fortune of $60 million through partnerships with fashion, food and entertainment brands, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

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Travis Scott’s Career Timeline

Travis Scott first broke into the hip-hop scene in 2015 with the release of his highly anticipated first album, “Rodeo.” His next two successful albums were “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight” in 2016 and “Astroworld” in 2018.

In 2019, Travis Scott performed at the Super Bowl LIII halftime show, gaining recognition from a wider audience. He also went on an “Astroworld” tour in 2019, which grossed $53.5 million and was the top hip-hop roadshow all year.

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Travis Scott & Trademarks

Scott trademarked the brand Astroworld in 2018 ahead of his third album, with the same name. The trademark covers everything from music to merch, as well as the annual Houston Festival. The following year, he also trademarked the phrase, and name of his Netflix documentary, “Look Mom I Can Fly” to secure monies made from fan merchandise. Other phrases he’s trademarked include, “No Bystanders” and “Wish You Were Here.”

Travis Scott’s Partnerships

Scott has harnessed his popularity as a rapper to sign partnerships with a number of big brands, further increasing his income. He’s created a line of Nike shoes called Cactus Jack, which Forbes estimated earns him $10 million a year.

Scott also partnered with the online game “Fortnite” in 2020 to host a free concert. The event attracted 27 million views and earned him an estimated $20 million in merchandise sales.

Another big partnership for Scott was when he created a celebrity meal for McDonald’s. He earned $5 million for the endorsement and $15 million for selling related merchandise.

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Travis Scott’s Cars

One of the big things Scott loves spending money on is his car collection. In fact, he bought himself a $3 million Bugatti Chiron for his 28th birthday. Other expensive cars he owns include a $1.4 million Mercedes Mayback G650, a Lamborghini Huracan and a Lamborghini Aventador.

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