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Travis Scott drops three new songs: 'A Man,' "Green & Purple,' 'Butterfly Effect"

Days after his arrest, Le Flame responds like any rock star would: by dropping new music.

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Travis Scott was arrested at a recent stop on his Birds Eye View Tour, and he responded the way any rock star would: by dropping new music.

Days after the rapper/producer's mugshot hit the Net, he has released three new songs: "A Man" (produced by Southside), the Playboi Carti-featured "Green And Purple" (produced by Sevn Thomas), and "Butterfly Effect" (produced by Murda Beatz). Fans are hopeful that Scott won't be arrested again and be unable to complete the tour, but they have a few new songs in the meantime.

RELATED: A look back at some of Travis Scott's wild AF performances

The Birds Eye View Tour has brought up multiple safety and legal concerns for Travis Scott. Over the weekend, he was arrested in Arkansas and charged with inciting a riot, endangering the welfare of a minor, and disorderly conduct. In New York City at Terminal 5, two fans jumped from a balcony during the show, with one of them being severely injured. Scott reportedly urged one of those fans to jump.

Travis Scott also performed at Rolling Loud, where he let a fan take the mic to rap along to "3500" and brought Migos on stage to perform their song "Kelly Price."

Listen to "A Man," "Butterfly Effect," and "Green & Purple (ft. Playboi Carti)" below.

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