What songs were played during Travis Scott’s Fortnite Concert - is a question that should be asked by no one if you are either: a Travis Scott fan, or Fortnite aficionado. However, in the off case that you were on another planet entirely or life just happened to hit you in a way that you couldn’t attend, we’ve got you covered.
The set, which began with the literal embodiment of Astroworld careening down to the Fortnite map and a larger-than-life colossal version of Scott teleporting down to the surface. Things were set off with a rendition of “Sicko Mode." Travis Scott would appear and re-appear throughout the song and sent viewers literally flying by the sheer force of his impact.
What Songs Were Played During Travis Scott's Fortnite Concert?
La Flame then transitioned to “Stargazing” (sans Swae Lee), while also transforming the map into a cosmic experience. The weather changed, and skies darkened as meteors of fire rained from the sky. Flaming backup dancers the size of Scott himself blinked into existence, exacerbating the visual overload, chaos, and scale of the concert.
“Goosebumps” was up next as Scott seemingly wiped away the atmosphere and the screen went 100 percent psychedelic. Streams of colors every shade of the rainbow came and went from every direction and Scott continued to flow and bend reality at will.
“Highest in the Room," a recent single from Scott’s JACKBOYS collaboration with friends and fellow artists such as Migos, Don Toliver, and the late Pop Smoke, took us under the sea as we literally did the exact opposite of the song’s namesake. Scott traveled leagues under the ocean alongside us as he donned an underwater suit that frankly should be a purchasable skin in Fortnite. Alongside giant jellyfish, this transition brought a clean, chilled-out feeling at this point in the event.
Rounding out and ending the event was a brand new single, and collaboration with Kid Cudi, “The Scotts”, but not before Drake guided us off-planet with his verse from “Sicko Mode." Once we left the atmosphere, Scott delved into “The Scotts” while sitting on top of a giant planet complete with moons in orbit (not the Astroworld), and by the end, we were being transported via wormhole back to the Fortnite map.
A wild, cosmic ride complete with stage level effects - Travis Scott broke the internet this weekend - setting a record of over 12.3 million players simultaneously online viewing the concert - and many of us cannot wait to see what craziness Fortnite has cooked up next.