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Travis Scott has long been a admirer of Late DJ Screw and La Flame has a chance to shape his Screwed-Up Click legend’s legacy. Scott is an executive producer on Screw’s biopic that is due out in the near future.

This Wednesday (November 16) is the 22nd anniversary of DJ Screw’s passing. As according to the Deadline, Scott has been offered an executive producer position alongside Isaac Bowman for the Houston Hip Hop celebrity biopic, which will be directed by Columbia Pictures’ Vice President Maia Eyre.

“Continuing this legacy left by my father is very crucial… It has been incredibly exciting. I’m amazed that we’re actually about to make the film,” Screw’s sister Michelle Wheeler made a statement in an announcement.

“Nearly a dozen film producers and directors have approached us throughout the decades but that was the very first time that I was completely at ease. I’m extremely grateful for Sony and Travis joining us on the same journey and aiding in keeping my brother’s legacy alive.”

Scott’s participation in this biopic might be a result of fate, following the time that Yowman met Trav along with his Cactus Jack team at an office in Los Angeles where they discussed the project to make a film of the legendary filmmaker for more than an hour.

“The love for Screw was mutual, and he told me I had his full support,” Yowman stated. “We’re both born in Mo. City, which means there’s more to play a role in.

“I’m thankful for having his sisters Michelle as well as brother Charles to be my back-up as a reliable support system. I’m not an expert on everything and there’s a lot of information available and being able to speak to legendary figures like Lil Keke and Bun B and D-Reck, and gain impartial opinions has helped to me in navigating the maze.”

It’s not yet clear exactly when and where the Screw biopic is due to be released. Travis Scott previously paid homage to Screw and other influential Houston rappers with the the ASTROWORLD the standout track “R.I.P. Screw” in 2018.

On the musical side, people are waiting patiently for UTOPIA’s return, but Scott provided an assist to Drake as well as 21 Savage’s Her Loss and he’s reportedly likely to be featured on Metro Boomin’s Heroes & Villains album on December 2.

Travis Scott is among the artists in a tribute for TakeOff following that Migos singer (real name is Kirsnik Khari Ball) was killed and shot at a bowling alley located in Houston, Texas earlier this month.

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The 28-year-old was part of the group of peoplethat included the uncle of his and Migos fellow Migos member Quavo and was playing a game of dice during an dispute broke out with shots fired.

Gucci Mane, Killer Mike, Joe Budden, Lloyd Banks and Boosie Badazz were among the many Hip Hop figures who mourned the sudden death of Takeoff via social networks.

As the news of the tragic loss was settling into the ground, more tributes came into the form of Scott, Drake, Future, 21 Savage, 2 Chainz and more.

Travis Scott, who worked with Takeoff on Astroworld He posted a photo in black and white of him and the murdered star on Instagram Stories and a caption that reads “Forever the space cadet Forever the rocket the most humble the illest 4ever Take.”