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TRAVIS SOARS AT NETFLIX (UPDATE)

UPDATE: Our sources tell us Travis Scott's Netflix documentary, Look Mom I Can Fly is doing gigantic numbers at the streaming kingdom. Released on 8/28, the inside look at Scott's Astroworld has a streaming trajectory similar to Beyoncé's Homecoming, which hit over 1m viewers on its premiere date.

The doc also caused an increase in listeners, as ASTROWORLD (Cactus Jack/Grand Hustle/Epic) re-entered the top five at Apple Music's album chart. 


Travis Scott has released the trailer to his upcoming Netflix documentary, Look Mom I Can Fly. The film hits the platform on Wednesday, 8/28, and will offer an inside look at his Astroworld tour, his Super Bowl Halftime performance and family life as a superstar. 

The Houston native has a pop-up shop in his hometown where fans can pick up VHS copies of the Netflix film. His critically acclaimed 2018 album, ASTROWORLD (Cactus Jack/Grand Hustle/Epic), earned him three Grammy nominations and a sold out arena tour across the globe, along with being a top-selling album for the past year. 

 

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