By Shirley Ju @shirju
(AllHipHop News) Governors Ball 2018 took place this past weekend, but was stopped short by the downpour in New York City.
That didn’t stop Travis Scott.
Among the an all-star lineup of headliners including Eminem, Lil Uzi Vert, Khalid, and more, La Flame took control of the stage late Saturday evening.
While his top-notch, high-energy performances never disappoint, the forecast had other plans.
Beginning the set, Travis comments, “Okay New York City, that was a nice warm up.”
After 15 minutes, it was clear the fans could not hold out against the rain.
The rager quickly turned into a run for their lives as many fled the scene.
It was the moment he started performing “Butterfly Effect” that he climbed on top of his stage set up to view the mayhem himself.
Detroit rapper Eminem closed out the weekend today (June 3,) which also featured performances by Pusha T, Khaled, Lil Uzi Vert, N.E.R.D., Khalid and Post Malone also performed over the weekend.