Travis Scott’s ‘Butterfly Effect’ Reaches Platinum Status
Travis Scott is having a great year so far. The rapper-producer reached another milestone with his latest single, “Butterfly Effect.” According to the Recording Industry of America, the song has reached platinum certification of 1 million copies sold.
Not bad for a song that doesn’t appear on Scott’s stellar 2016 album, Birds in the Trap Sing Mcknight. “Butterfly Effect” adds to his his list of platinum hits “Biebs in the Trap,” “Goosebumps,” “Pick Up the Phone” and “Antidote.”
In addition, "Love Galore," Scott's collaborative song with SZA, has also went platinum. It's the singer's first platinum award of her career.
Speaking of which, during her "CTRL Tour" stop in Houston, SZA brought out the hometown native for a special performance of "Love Galore." You can watch it below.
Meanwhile, Scott is indeed expecting a baby with girlfriend Kylie Jenner. An insider told TMZ the couple are expecting a baby girl. Jenner is reportedly around five months pregnant. (Typically, you can’t find out the baby’s gender until around 16-20 weeks, however). Sources have said that Jenner is excited about becoming a mother.
Congrats to Travis Scott on his platinum plaque!