In his first interview following the Astroworld disaster, Travis Scott said he couldn't see or hear what was happening in the crowd.
Ezra Blount became the youngest victim from the festival crush, after suffering “trauma to nearly all organs.”
Scott's lawyer Ed McPherson said the rapper couldn't hear or see what was happening in the crowds.
The lawsuit alleges Travis Scott and event organizers were “negligent” and that the boy will suffer “life-altering trauma” following the concert.
We spoke to a concert safety expert about steps festivals can take to keep large-scale events from spiraling out of control.
One person who says they were at the event said “Travis Scott was snatching people’s souls.” The video has been shared widely.
Houston police said a security guard “felt a prick in the neck” but have provided no other evidence that anyone was stabbed with drugs.
If all goes to plan, Astroworld Festival could be making a return this year.
Travis Scott and J Balvin's "signature meals" have been great PR, dwarfing the news that McDonald's is facing two major racial discrimination lawsuits.
The Grammy-winning producer has worked with the biggest rap heavyweights, and he's been smoked up throughout.
Artists like Nicki Minaj have been skeptical about how album-merch bundles manipulate the charts. Now, Billboard is changing the rules.