Travis Scott Sets His Sights on Harvard: Architectural Dreams Post-Circus Maximus Tour

The Astroworld rapper, Travis Scott, has his eyes on a new horizon—Harvard University’s prestigious architecture program. After the resounding success of his third studio album, Astroworld, Scott isn’t content with just ruling the charts. He’s ready to conquer the world of blueprints and design.
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Scott recently revealed that he plans to study architectural design at Harvard once his Circus Maximus Tour wraps up. The rapper, known for his genre-defying music and high-energy performances, is now channeling his creativity into a different kind of artistry: buildings, structures, and spaces.

Harvard Beckons

"I’m going to Harvard for architecture school, Scott confidently declares. He’s already made a couple of visits to the hallowed halls of Harvard, immersing himself in the rich history and innovative spirit that permeate the campus. But he’s well aware that this journey won’t be a walk in the park. “I’ve got to work hard to get in,” he admits. “They’re not letting me take any shortcuts."

Balancing Music and Blueprints

Scott’s commitment to both music and architecture is unwavering. This is what he said:

"Well, I told myself after this album I was going to go in,” he explains. “So after the tour.” While architectural studies may take center stage, Scott assures fans that he won’t abandon his musical roots. It’d probably be like four years,” he muses. “I’m still going to make music, of course."

A New Chapter

As the Circus Maximus Tour reaches its grand finale, Scott prepares to embark on a different kind of tour, one that leads to the iconic Harvard Graduate School of Design. His architectural dreams are set against a backdrop of accolades, sold-out arenas, and a hunger for knowledge. And who knows? Perhaps one day we’ll see Travis Scott’s name etched into the annals of architectural history.