Travis Scott’s ‘Astroworld’ Streams Jump Following Festival Tragedy


Following the Astroworld Festival tragedy, Travis Scott‘s album of the same name has received a spike in sales. Hits Daily Double reports the album will jump to No. 38 of the Billboard Top 200. The jump is an increase of 12 slots and moving almost 15,000 album-equivalent units.

The album has been streamed at least 17 million times since the festival, a number that is believed to be on the low end of the estimate.

The Astroworld album was released in 2018 through Cactus Jack Records and Grand Hustle Records. The album featured the chart-topping hit “Sicko Mode” featuring Drake. Additional features of the album include The Weeknd, Kid Cudi, Frank Ocean, 21 Savage, Gunna, Don Toliver, and more.

Following the Astroworld tragedy, Scott pulled out this weekend’s Day in Vegas festival. In replacement, Post Malone performed.