Travis Scott Brought James Blake, Earth, Wind & Fire, and a Mosh Pit to the Grammys

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Rage at the Grammys.

Travis Scott graced the stages of this year’s Grammy awards with a few surprises.

The rager brought out James Blake and members of Earth, Wind & Fire, and producer Mike Dean for his set, performing “No Bystanders” and “Stop Trying to Be God” from his Grammy-nominated album, Astroworld.

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During his set, Scott donned a pair of Air Jordan 1 Lows, apparently a part of his upcoming Jordan collab.

Scott was nominated for three Grammys this year: Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for “SICKO MODE,” and Best Rap Album for Astroworld.

Watch clips of the rapper’s performance above.

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