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Travis Scott brings out Kendrick Lamar at New York ‘Astroworld’ stop

And that is how it’s done, folks.

Travis Scott continues his reign as one of 2018's most engaging and energetic performers.

For the latest pitstop on the Astroworld tour, the Houston native completed a two-night run of his takeover in New York, performing to a sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday (Nov. 28).

During the performance, none other than Kendrick Lamar joined him on stage. Together, they ran through the track "Big Shot," which appears on the Black Panther soundtrack, as well as the track "Goosebumps."

Legendary rapper Bun B was among those in the building as well, taking to Twitter to celebrate Scott for being the "First Houston rapper to sell out the Garden."

Recently, Motley Crue's Tommy Lee got wind of Scott's epic stage design for this tour, which unfortunately the drummer took as the rapper ripping off his ideas. The veteran rockstar called him out on Twitter, sharing clips of both set designs and asking fans what they think.

Take a look at some highlights from Travis Scott's Madison Square Garden set, and see Tommy Lee's response, in the clips below.

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