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Rapper Travis Scott rocks Pittsburgh on ‘Astroworld’ tour date

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Rapper Travis Scott made a Nov. 25 stop at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh with his 'Astroworld' tour.

Word on the street is that rapper Travis Scott has established his bona fides with “Astroworld,” his third album and current tour.

No longer best known as Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend and father of daughter Stormi, Scott brought his tour, roller coaster and all, to Pittsburgh last night for a show that reportedly rocked not only PPG Paints Arena but also the surrounding city.

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During the show, Scott paid tribute to Pittsburgh native son and fellow rapper, the late Mac Miller.

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He also asked security to give fans a little leeway in their enthusiasm for the show.

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Though some fans weren’t happy that the start time got pushed back a couple of hours to 9:30 p.m., Scott seemed to make them forget that the alarm would be going off early on Monday morning.

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Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter @shirley_trib.

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