Travis Scott Performs 'Goosebumps' 14 Times In A Row

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( Recently, Travis Scott has been up to some headline-grabbing stuff. He encouraged a fan to stage dive from a balcony at a show in New York City, then he apologized when another concert-goer got injured tumbling from the balcony.

Later, he gave away bling, designed t-shirts for the Houston Rockets. Earlier this week he released three new songs, and now, a video has surfaced of Scott playing his single "Goosebumps" 14 times in a row during a show at the Criterion in Oklahoma City.

The concert took place on May 12 and Scott's reps are touting the achievement as a record for the most times an artist has played a song during a single show. That may be the case, but for it's unclear if it was a tremendous or tedious experience for fans. If you really like "Goosebumps," you can check out Scott's performance here. is an official news provider for
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