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WA, American (US), Native American, Navajo / Diné
Burien, WA
Travis Thompson is a young rapper from Burien, WA, a Seattle suburb just 10 minutes outside of the city. A skater kid raised by A Navajo father and white mother- from one of the most diverse school districts in the nation- Travis brings a refreshing blend of perspective and authenticity to the music of today. 
 Thompson's playful sound is guided by rhymes that combine evocative description and candid emotion. Travis began releasing singles & attention-grabbing visuals which quickly would turn into a devoted fanbase. After being featured on Macklemore's 2017 song "Corner Store," he made his major-label debut with the 2019 EP Runaways, which he followed the same year with the album Reckless Endangerment. Even gracing television stages such as the BET HIP-HOP AWARDS Cypher & WILD N’ OUT to promote it. His third LP, 2021's BLVD BOY, featured guest spots from the likes of G-Eazy, Juicy J, KYLE, WS Boogie, Kota The Friend & more. 
 In a short amount of time, Travis has created a come up story and garnered a cult-like following that’s impossible to ignore. With millions of streams, on demand video views, tv appearances and looks like Travis Thompson is here to stay.