Travis Scott Offers To Design "Astroworld" Inspired Grad Sweater For Houston School
Travis Scott's always had a strong emphasis on keeping his fans happy. Although they were a bit frustrated with him for how long it took for Astroworld to drop, the rapper undoubtedly lived up the high expectations set for the project. Earlier today, a student from a Houston high school asked the rapper on Twitter if he could give them permission to use elements of the "Watch" cover art for their grad sweater. Instead of simply granting them permission to use the artwork, the rapper offered to he design it himself and send a box to the school.
The 2019 graduating class of Eisenhower High School in Houston are about to have some of the freshest grad sweaters ever made. A fan drafted a design of the potential sweater and tweeted it to Travis Scott asking for permission to use the design.
"Ill just design them for u guys and send a box thru how about that. ?" he replied back to the fan.
Despite the kind act, several fans were a little agitated by the fact that they haven't received their own orders from the Astroworld merch. One fan wrote, "so you out here designing shirts and can’t send me my merch i paid for[?]" While another fan chimed in and said that it's been over a month and a half since they ordered their merch.
Aside from potentially designing Eisenhower High School's grad sweaters, the rapper was recently in Houston shooting the music video for the Drake-assisted single, "SICKO MODE." It's unsure when it'll be released but we're excited to see what Scott has up his sleeves.