Post Malone as Travis Scott’s Replacement in Vegas Event Confirmed

On the music event’s official Instagram page, the Day N Vegas festival’s organizers have announced the update about Post Malone as Travis Scott’s replacement. This development comes as the three-day festival happening at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds looms.

If you wonder about what the Day N Vegas festival is, it is a three-day musical event. It starts this coming Friday, November 12 until Sunday, November 14. Post Malone as Travis Scott’s replacement is, indeed, happening.

Post Malone, who is also Austin Richard Post, is a Syracuse, New York-born rapper. You can remember him back in 2015 when he initially gained recognition after his debut single “White Iverson” got released to the public.

Post Malone then subsequently signed a recording contract with Republic Records. Since the Day N Vegas festival organizers have confirmed the update about Post Malone as Travis Scott’s replacement, you can tell that fans can expect to feel entertained.

After all, the 26-year-old rapper is truly multi-talented, moonlighting as a songwriter, singer, actor, and record producer. Besides, Post Malone has gained fame for his capability to blend a range of music genres, including cloud rap, hip-hop, rap rock, R&B, trap, and pop music.

If you feel curious about what led to the Day N Vegas festival organizers’ decision to have Post Malone as Travis Scott’s replacement, The Shade Room has the answer. This online celebrity news source reported that Travis Scott is currently having a rough time after the Astroworld tragedy last Friday, November 5.

Kylie Jenner’s Baby Daddy is in the middle of serious legal troubles and has been hit with several more lawsuits from the Astroworld festival victims’ families and the injured concertgoers. Travis Scott was scheduled to close out the Day N Vegas festival this weekend. 

However, that slated activity for the rapper has changed since reports erupted that the Astroworld tragedy left eight fatalities and numerous attendees badly hurt.

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