Travis Scott fulfills promise to design T-shirts for Houston high school kids

Behold, Scott the artist

Travis Scott has made good on his promise to design T-shirts for a high school graduating class.

As Vogue reports rapper uploaded the class shirts for Dwight D. Eisenhower High School in Houston, Texas, on his Instagram stories yesterday (December 17). He captioned the photos with: “4 the youth dem.”

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Scott’s promise arose in September after a student from the school asked permission to use the artwork from ‘Astroworld’ for their graduation T-shirts. “I’ll just design them for u guys and send a box thru. How about that?” Scott replied on Twitter.

“Seniors Eisenhower High” is printed on the left chest of the shirt design with a cartoon smile-face earth below. “ENJOY THE RIDE” is written on the back of the shirt.

Meanwhile, Scott announced today (December 18) that he is extending his ‘Astroworld’ tour.

The new 28-date North American run begins in Vancouver, Canada in January and ends in Charlotte, US in late March.  Tickets for the tour go on sale this Thursday, 20 December at 10am PT (6pm GMT).

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Elsewhere, Billboard has announced that ‘Astroworld’ will remain number one on official records following a recount between the streams and sales of his and Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ‘Dummy Boy’.

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