Travis Scott

Travis Scott’s ‘Butterfly Effect’ Goes Platinum

Travis Scott continues collecting platinum plaques. This time, the Recording Industry Association of America has certified “Butterfly Effect” with the milestone reward.

Surpassing one million sales, “Butterfly Effect” becomes La Flame’s latest platinum smash. In the past, he’s also earned the certification for his singles “beibs in the trap,” “goosebumps,” “pick up the phone,” and “Antidote,” as well as his albums Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight and Rodeo.

But that’s not all. In fact, Travis also earned gold certifications for “Through the Late Night” and “3500,” songs that could eventually become platinum cuts, as well.

It’s been a year of good news for the future father. Just last month, it was reported that the rapper and his girlfriend Kylie Jenner are expecting a baby girl. Up next, he is expected to release AstroWorld and a joint project with Quavo.

La Flame is staying busy through all of this. Yesterday, he joined SZA for “Love Galore” at a “Ctrl Tour” stop in Houston.