Last night, Rolling Stone unveiled a new, immersive interview with Travis Scott. Coming hot on the heels of news that he is about to be a father, the profile gives a wealth of insight into Scott's creative process, tour life and backstory. It also reveals that he plans on having real, actual amusement park rides for his upcoming 'AstroWorld' Tour.

AstroWorld is Scott's long-teased next album, so named for a now-defunct amusement park in his native Houston, Texas. So it seems only natural that he would want to honor his inspiration for the 'AstroWorld' Tour by having roller coasters as part of his stage set. "I don't know why it hasn't been done already," he says, "I think people just don't do shit. Who makes stages these days that are cool?"

Stay tuned to see whether the 'AstroWorld' Tour will indeed have rides, and be sure to read the full interview on Rolling Stone, where you can find out why he thinks his blood is like "liquid MDMA."

Revisit his recent video for "Butterfly Effect" below.

In other music news, Post Malone has broken a serious streaming record at Apple Music. Get the scoop on that right here.

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