Most people might need time to reflect and think about what they would say to a future generation. Travis Scott did not. The rapper quickly came up with a message for his great-great-grandchildren when asked about it by Oyster Magazine.

"I'd be like, 'In your life, cut the bullshit,'" Scott said. "Don't focus on the bullshit, focus on what's needed. Focus to inspire. Make your intent to inspire. It's not about the money. Inspire first, that comes with money. And stay true to yourself."

Scott's interview was briefly interrupted by Jaden Smith, which led to a discussion about the rapper/actor. Scott explained how he and Smith are kindred spirits.

"He's one of them dudes that can't just be a musician, can't just be an actor, can't just be a skateboarder, you know what I mean?" Scott said. "He's gotta do all of it. I feel like that applies to me, too. I'm not into just one thing; I always felt like I had to have my hand in everything revolving around what I do, whether it's directing videos, making beats, making music, performing… I feel like everything needs to be stylised; that's always been my mindset."

Check out the entire interview for insight into Scott's goals for the future. Keep an eye out for some new music from the Texas native, who was recently seen working with Swedish rapper Yung Lean.

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