Travis Scott Invites Ed Sheeran To His Show For Live Debut Of New Collab

Audiences at the London stop of Travis Scott's "Astroworld – Wish You Were Here Tour" on Tuesday night (July 16) were treated to something special when the rapper invited none other than Ed Sheeran to the stage to make the live debut of their collab, "Antisocial."

Towards the end of the rapper's set at the city's O2 Arena, the 28-year-old chart-topper amped up the crowd with an appearance by Sheeran, where they performed the single for the very first time. In his element, Scott bounced around the stage and offered ad-libs during Sheeran's parts as pyro lit up behind them. The live team-up comes days after the duo released the music video for the track. "Antisocial" appears on Sheeran's just-released No. 6 Collaborations Project. Immediately after his appearance, the rapper also brought out Sheck Wes for a pair of songs, including "Mo Bamba" and "Live Sheck Wes."

In Sheeran's exclusive iHeartRadio interview with The Breakfast Club's Charlemagne Tha God, the singer spoke about how the track is about "having anxiety of being in a club." "He struck me as someone I had a lot in common with. He doesn’t seem to me to be the type of person that’s chasing fame. I think it’s all to better himself as an artist," he said of the rapper.

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