Mac Miller's memory lives on.
On Saturday (September 22), Travis Scott paid tribute to his late friend and fellow rapper during his Las Vegas show. In the middle of his concert, the "SICKO MODE" rapper spit an emotional freestyle dedicated to Mac. "It's the superstar boy, Malcolm that's my boy/ Mac Miller I love you, always be my boy," he rapped in Auto-Tune. "From that 412, yeah/From that 41210, yeah/It's that superstar boy, superstar boy/ Mac Miller you the one, we love you f**king boy/That's my muthaf**kin' nigga/Mac muthaf**kin' Miller." Travis then went into his SZA collab "Love Galore."
While Travis and Mac never released a song together they did drop their latest albums Astroworld and Swimming, respectively, on the same date last month.
Travis Scott shows his respects to Mac Miller while performing in Las Vegas pic.twitter.com/OT8zLzDSve— FTP FLAME (@FTPflame) September 23, 2018
Trav joins the dozens of entertainers to pay tribute to the 26-year-old rapper, who was found dead in his home after an apparent overdose on September 7.
Nearly a week after his death Kendrick Lamar remembered his friend and collaborator in a video recorded for Complex's Open Late With Peter Rosenberg. "He was a good dude. Always made you feel good, great energy to have around. [He was a] great musician, great writer. Just always had a smile on his face, and that's something that I commend," Kendrick said. "No matter what he was going through, he didn't make you feel sorry for him. He was strong about it." Macklemore, Machine Gun Kelly, Ty Dolla $ign, and more also paid tribute to Mac on that episode of Open Late With Peter Rosenberg.
To see Travis' tribute to Mac click the video above!
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