Travis Scott is living his best life fresh off the success of his latest album Astroworld, and the Houston rapper wants to spread the happiness by helping out his dedicated hometown fans.

Earlier today, a student from Eisenhower High School in Texas, asked the rapper on Twitter if he could give her permission to use signature design elements of the cover art for his single "Watch" or the even the cover art of Astroworld, after drafting a design for a potential 2019 senior class graduation sweater.

Instead of saying a simple yes, Travis Scott offered to design the graduation sweater himself, and will be sending a box to the school. "Ill just design them for u guys and send a box thru how about that. ?" he replied back to the fan.

While Scott's kind gesture couldn't go unnoticed, some fans were upset at the fact that they still have not received their orders of Astroworld merch.

Travis Scott's Astroworld merch is one of the best offerings so far this year, and the rapper's potential design for Eisenhower High School's grad sweaters is suggested to be heavily sought after, due to its exclusivity for the students only.

Also, in case you missed it, Travis Scott announced his “Astroworld: Wish You Were Here” tour.

What To Read Next