Watch Drake, Quavo, and Offset join Travis Scott on stage at LA show

The star-studded gig came one night before Scott performs at the Grammys

Travis Scott was joined by Drake and Migos rappers Quavo and Offset during his Los Angeles show last night (February 9).

The ‘Astroworld’ rapper was performing at The Forum in celebration of his latest album when he was joined by the hip-hop luminaries at various points in the set.

Quavo joined Scott for a performance of ‘Pick Up The Phone’, their 2016 collaboration with Young Thug. Later, Offset took to the stage to help deliver a version of he and Scott’s track with Kodak Black, ‘Zeze’.

Drake was the last guest to appear, taking up the mic for his verses on Scott’s own ‘Sicko Mode’. You can watch fan-shot footage of the surprise performances below.

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The show took place one night before Scott is due to perform at the Grammys. He is also nominated for Best Rap Album, Best Rap Performance, and Best Rap Song at the awards ceremony.

The rapper appeared as a special guest during Maroon 5’s Super Bowl Halftime show last weekend (February 3), where he performed a brief clip of ‘Sicko Mode’.

His presence at the Atlanta event wasn’t without controversy – the star claimed he had spoken to former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick before accepting the booking. However, Kaepernick appeared to dispute that account in a series of retweets suggesting Scott had not sought his blessing. Kaepernick hasn’t played in the NFL since 2016 after he began kneeling during the national anthem in protest of police brutality and racial injustice.