He is currently dating Kylie Jenner; the pair have a daughter, Stormi Webster.
- Owl Pharaoh: 2013
- Days Before Rodeo: 2014
- Rodeo: 2015
- Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight: 2016
- Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho (with Quavo of Migos, under the name Huncho Jack): 2017
- ASTROWORLD: 2018
"Don't you open up these tropes, though..."
- A God Am I: Defied in "Stop Trying to Be God", where Travis denounces the god complexes that various celebrities have and insists on them being loyal to those who are closest to them.
- Album Title Drop:
- Rodeo is mentioned in the last line of "Apple Pie"
- Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight gets its title from a line in "pick up the phone." However, the line is actually "Birds in the Trap Sing Brian McKnight" note
- ASTROWORLD gets namedropped on "STARGAZING", "CAROUSEL", and the single "Watch".
- Auto-Tune: A huge factor in Travis' vocals.
- Drugs Are Good: One of his biggest hits is about hotboxing note .
- Epic Rocking: "3500" crosses seven and a half minutes, and the beat doesn't switch until 6:22.
- Identical Stranger: Downplayed; his resemblance to ASAP Rocky largely depends upon French braids, but they both make t/rap music with a trippy edge and can become upset if mistaken for one another.
- Loads and Loads of Characters: Of his solo tapes and albums, only "Days Before Rodeo" has features on less than half of the tracklist.
- Mood Whiplash: Travis is fond of switching the beat on his songs. One of the best examples comes from "Sicko Mode," where he uses three different beats AND a breakdown section within five minutes.
- Pungeon Master: Sometimes fancies himself as such. However, when one of your bars is calling white girls snow bunnies like it's "Christmas-Easter..."
- Soprano and Gravel: Whenever Travis is with The Weeknd.
- Spiritual Successor: Travis has called ASTROWORLD a continuation of Rodeo.
- A Wild Rapper Appears!: Since his music tends to be focused more on his Auto Crooning, his rapping or other peoples' rap verses have this effect.