The rapper was releasing a new single on the video game Fortnite, when the 2-year-old adorably interrupted the party.
Travis Scott set an all-time record for his online Fortnite concert, but it was almost derailed by one adorable fan.
On Thursday, the rapper debuted his new song "Astronomical" within the popular online video game and his 2-year-old daughter Stormi crashed his Instagram Live session recording the event, as she hilariously grabbed his Playstation 4 controller to get in some gaming of her own.
"Stormi took over Be back one sec," Travis wrote on the video clip as he filmed her while she rocked a huge pair of headphones.
Sounding surprised at his baby girl's boss move, he said, "My daughter just -- she -- she," before the video cut to the TV screen featuring the Fortnite game.
"I don't know. It's live," he laughed, adding "You seeing daddy?"
"Look, daddy! Daddy!" Stormi sweetly exclaimed. "Look at daddy!"
Meanwhile, Fortnite's official Twitter account announced the news of Travis' record-breaking concert, posting, "Over 12.3 million concurrent players participated live in Travis Scott's Astronomical, an all-time record!"
HONESTLY TODAY WAS ONE OF THE MOST INSPIRING DAYS. LOVE EVERY SINGLE ONE OF U GUYS. AND I KNOW TIMES ARE WEIRD FOR US. BUT FOR ONE MOMENT TO BE ABLE TO HAVE THE RAGERS TO RAGE WHERE EVER YOU ARE IS AMAZING. LOVE U GUYS WITH ALL MY BODY. !!!!! GANG 🌵
And Travis took to Twitter to thank his fans for the amazing support.
"Honestly today was one of the most inspiring days," he wrote. "Love every single one of u guys. And i know times are weird for us. But for one moment to be able to have the ragers to rage where ever you are is amazing," he tweeted. "Love u guys with all my body. !!!!!"
In case you missed Thursday's concert, there will be encore presentations until Sunday.