The performance scheduled to take place in Vancouver on Monday (August 28) was delayed, but there was a hint that a very important visitor would be entering the venue.
At this very moment, the atmosphere in the city of Vancouver is filled not only with a great deal of sadness but also with a great deal of excitement.
The “It’s All a Blur” tour stop scheduled to take place at the stadium on Monday, August 28, has been rescheduled to take place on Wednesday, August 30, owing to issues with the venue’s infrastructure and the safety of its attendees.
In addition, the Atlanta MC cannot participate in the dates of this tour in Canada since he is still engaged in a legal struggle on immigration law, which has not yet been resolved.
The Sixth God seems to have devised a plan to compensate for his treacherous twin’s absence, as shown by some keenly observed air traffic surveillance and promotional activities at the location.
Fans believe that Travis Scott, and not anybody else, would perform in place of 21.
This has allegedly been the case since La Flame’s aircraft arrived in Vancouver not too long ago (according to unsubstantiated social media gossip), and a photo of him was included in the tour advertisement for the night.
Travis Scott will probably bring a lot of heat to this leg of the “It’s All A Blur” tour. He is scheduled to perform on August 29, which is not out of the question.
After all, between his collaborations with Drake and 21 Savage, there is a great deal of content that is beloved by fans to celebrate.
Fans have speculated that Drake and Travis Scott would perform together at certain of Drake’s tour stops in Canada.
There is a significant amount of unexplored territory to explore. On Drake and 21 Savage’s album Her Loss, for instance, the three MCs collaborated on a track called “P***y and Millions.”
The touring spitters may also contribute to Travis Scott’s newest album, UTOPIA. On “MELTDOWN,” the Houston creative and Drizzy build pyrotechnics, while the head honcho of Slaughter Gang appears twice on the record.
The first is the upbeat collaboration titled “TOPIA TWINS” with Rob49, and the second is the breathtaking “TIL FURTHER NOTICE” with James Blake.
Meanwhile, all of this conjecture drove fans crazy on social media, and since the performance was postponed, viewers now had an additional twenty-four hours to guess.
The anticipation around each performer suggests this may be an unforgettable experience. Unfortunately, 21 won’t be present to take advantage of the opportunity.
Despite this, we are certain Travis will offer something fresh and exciting if he does come out.
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