Travis Scott's Birds Eye View Tour has left an impression on every city it has come through. The Houston native was arrested for starting a "riot" in Arkansas—we dispute that claim—and has been consistently upping the ante with his go-to encore song, "Goosebumps." Fans keep begging for him to play it again, and Scott has been happy to run it back as much as humanly possible.

At his latest show on the stage of Jacobs Pavilion in Cleveland, Ohio, Scott performed "Goosebumps" 15 times in a row. As you can see in the video above, he still has the same energy and engagement with the crowd that he did at the beginning of his set. After a thank you message for the crowd laced with F-bombs, Scott gets gently ushered off the stage as a screaming bird noise goes off in the background.

Though the record seems unofficial, Scott playing the song a 15th time pushed him past his own world record for most times a song was played during an encore. Before he broke it on this tour, it was previously held by Jay Z and Kanye, who topped out at performing "Paris" 13 times. 

Scott closing with "Goosebumps" has been a fan favorite, and he has documented his excitement about pushing boundaries with the song on video and his social media feeds.

GOOSEBUMPS GOT PERFORM 15 TIMES. I LEFT MY CLOTHES FOR ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME

— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) May 22, 2017

The "Goosebumps" parade doesn't appear to be stopping any time soon, at least until Scott's own tour ends. He probably won't be able to get away with this when he's opening up for Kendrick Lamar on the Damn tour, so savor this record-breaking stunt while it lasts.