Travis Scott's creative mindset does not rest. For his latest investment, Scott snagged a customized vending machine worth $50,000.
The new vending machine was designed by beverage company Exotic Pop. The 49-inch touchscreen unique machine will feature 14 patented parts and has the ability to project a 3D spinning hologram image of Scott's Astroworld album cover. In addition to that, the machine offers soda from all over the world and serves up Wheaties box of cereal.
Exotic Pop owner, Charleston Wilson, states that his company is happy to deliver the customized vending machine, as per TMZ. Wilson also expressed to the news outlet that the customized machine's delivery date is slated for mid-July. The Houston rapper wasn't the only one to get creative with a vending machine. Earlier this year, Lil Pump built his own soda vending machine, which included an Apple TV.
Last month, the 28-year-old rapper partnered with Reese's Puffs cereal to design his own custom box. The custom-edition boxes, which retails for $50, sold within 30 seconds of its release. Cactus Jack Records held an art pop up in Paris where fans received a sneak peek of the collaboration before the soldout release.
Although the boxes sold out rapidly, there will be other chances for fans to get their hands full. Throughout the year, there will be a rollout of several special edition boxes.
In addition to partnering with Reese's Puffs cereal, the "Celebrate" rapper has also partnered with Planned Parenthood. During a performance in Alabama at the Hangout Fest, Scott revealed that the proceeds from his merch table will be donated to the organization.
As if his latest partnerships aren't enough to keep him busy, Scott is set to headline the inaugural Day N Vegas Festival alongside J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar in November.