His Las Vegas performance series, "The Road to Utopia," is just beginning, but Travis Scott has already played several
unreleased titles from his highly anticipated album Utopia. Last weekend, the rapper kicked off his Las Vegas
residency at Zouk nightclub, during which he performed new music created in
collaboration with some industry favorites - all of whom he has connected with at least once before.
On Saturday (September 17), the Houston native took the stage for the first time (he's expected to perform six more times
in Sin City between now and October 15), showcasing what he's been creating alongside the likes of Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Kid Cudi and
Pharrell Williams. As HipHopDX notes, Scott and Hendrix connected on the remix of
"Franchise," as well as on Rodeo's "3500" and, most recently, on "Hold That Heat" along with Southside.