A$AP Rocky Sends a Musical Missive to Travis Scott on Latest Track
The vibrant scene of Rolling Loud Miami provided the backdrop for this music drama. With the live unveiling of “Taylor Swift”, Rocky showcased his knack for artful provocation, hinting at a tussle for stylistic originality. He also performed two other new tracks, including “Riot (Rowdy Pipe’n).”
Watch a ten-minute clip from Rocky’s performance below:
Rocky’s Lyrics Aimed at Scott: Fan Speculation Abounds
A$AP Rocky, known for his outlandish style and trendsetting flair, launched his lyrical salvo from an imposing metallic staircase, the crowd below reflecting in his numerous icy hair adornments. As he delivered the memorable lines,
“First you stole my flow, so I stole your b**ch/ Then you stole my style, I need at least like 10 percent/ All due disrespect, I hope you take offense,”
the speculation over the target of his words quickly erupted.
Fans think ASAP Rocky dissed Travis Scott at Rolling Loud 👀
“First you stole my flow, so I stole your b*tch/Then you stole my style, I need at least like 10 percent/ All due disrespect, I hope you take offense”
Who do you think he was talking about? pic.twitter.com/WtWKpHykLc
— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) July 24, 2023
The buzzing conjecture among fans is that the verses were subtly aimed at Travis Scott, a contemporary rapper known for his trap beats and auto-tune-drenched vocals. However, Rocky, ever the master of suspense, abstained from naming anyone directly in his track.
The intrigue thickens with the question, to whom is Rocky referring in his verse? That remains a tantalizing puzzle for the fans to decipher.
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