Cleveland, OH – The past six months have surely increased the visibility of Travis Scott.

His Bird’s Eye View Tour which ran as promo of last year’s Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight release led to an arrest for insight a riot (which he wisely capitalized on) and the Houston native continues to perform his platinum-selling single “Goosebumps” back to back.

Just last week, Scott performed the Kendrick Lamar-assisted track 14 times – which broke the record for a single song being performed consecutively. The previous record holders were none other than Jay-Z and Kanye West, who performed “Niggas in Paris” in Paris a dozen times back in 2012.

During a show last night at Cleveland’s Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica, the star rapper/producer broke his own personal record by performing the record 15 times in a row.

Following the repeat button performance, he even predicted his own entry into the nearby Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (through his concert attire) where he would be mentioned amongst the likes of N.W.A., Public Enemy and even Tupac Shakur.

Considering the upcoming joint project with Migos and his promise of more music by the end of the year, it’s likely Scott will attempt to push the record even further.