Riding the momentum of his newly released sophomore album, True to Self, Bryson Tiller continued his Trapsoul concert series at New York City's Bowery Room this past Saturday (June 3). At some point during the show, Travis Scott and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie popped up onstage.

For his part, A Boogie performed his hit single, "My Shit." Scott threw a few compliments in Tiller's direction, calling him his “favorite artist since this nigga ever uploaded his music on the muthafuckin’ internet.” A short while later, he added to his effusive praise, calling Tiller's True to Self project, "the best muthafuckin’ album.”

Jumping into his performance, Scott ended up performing his wildly popular Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight hit, "Goosebumps," sending the crowd into a frenzy. It was a pretty awesome moment.

Tiller's Trapsoul series is still going strong, and the funny thing is, his next tour might be even crazier. Recently, Tiller revealed plans for a new tour with super-producer Metro Boomin. The 26-city trek is called the Set It Off tour, and it will begin on Aug. 3 in Atlanta before ending on Sept. 16 in Tiller's native Louisville, Ky. Should be dope.

Peep Travis Scott's appearance at Tiller's concert just below.

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