Travis Scott is on a hot streak. Billboard has revealed that La Flame grossed $34.3 million during the first three months of his ASTROWORLD: Wish You Were Here Tour.

Scott has landed at No. 2 on the Hot Tours recap dated March 9, the “Sicko Mode” rapper's third successive week in the top 5, per Billboard. The magazine also shares that Scott has added $10.6 million to his tour total. Since kicking the off on Nov. 8 in Baltimore, Maryland, the rapper has grossed $34.3 million and sold 485,659 tickets during the first 32 dates of his tour.

The ASTROWORLD Tour marks Scott’s first headlining trek in arenas, following his position as opening act for the Weeknd in 2015, Rihanna in 2016, and Kendrick Lamar in 2017. Scott’s $34.4 million has beat a number of 2017 and 2018 tours, including J. Cole ($25.2 million), Post Malone ($20.9 million), Future ($19.9 million), Childish Gambino ($19.5 million), and Chance the Rapper ($17 million). Lamar’s DAMN. Tour is the only run that has earned more money in North America, having grossed $40.7 million total.

At this point, 21 shows still remain on Scott’s tour before his run ends in Tulsa, Oklahoma on March 26, which gives him more than enough time to pass the $50 million milestone. JAY-Z and Kanye’s recent solo headlining tours grossed $48.7 million and $52.8 million, respectively.