Travis Scott's Performed "Butterfly Effect" at the 2017 MTV Europe Music Awards

Travis Scott performed 'Butterfly Effect' on a hawk.

Travis Scott

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Travis Scott

Travis Scott, the 25-year hip hop trailblazer, shut down the 2017 MTV EMA's when he performed his hit track "Butterfly Effect." Entering the venue while standing atop a giant hawk, because why not, the Houston native flew above the crowd in classic La Flame fashion.

Now here's @trvisXX on a giant bird flying through @mtvema 😮 pretty sure that's all we need to say 🎉 #MTVEMA

#MTVEMA Después de la presentación de @FrencHMonTanA y Swae Lee, Travis Scott sube al escenario para interpretar uno de sus más aclamados éxitos "Butterfly Effect"

— Publimetro México 🌐 📰🏟️🔭🧪🎨💸 (@PublimetroMX) November 12, 2017

Even though Scott wasn't nominated for any awards, he decided to grace London at his European Music Awards debut. Scott has collaborated on a number of chart topping ventures this year, most recently his feature on CyHi The Prynce's cut "I'm Fine" from CyHi's debut LP, No Dope on Sundays. Most notably in 2017, La Flame has appeared on Drake's More Life, as well as Migos' Culture.

Although Scott has achieved significant musical success, he has entered a new era of fame since becoming the potential baby-daddy of Kylie Jenner's child, the one we don't quite know if she is pregnant with or not. Despite his personal choices, Scott reminded fans on Sunday how he achieved celebrity status even before he started dating the lipstick connoisseur.

You can watch clips of La Flame's performance above.

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