Houston rapper Travis Scott gave a full interview for the first time since the Astroworld Festival in Houston left 10 people dead and hundreds injured.

In an interview with talk show host Charlamagne Tha God that was posted Thursday on YouTube, Scott said that he has been going through "an emotional roller coaster."

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"It gets so hard because, you know, I always feel connected with my fans. I went through something and I feel like fans went through something and people’s parents went through something. And it really hurts. It hurts the community, it hurts the city," Scott said.

"It’s been a lot of thoughts, a lot of feelings, a lot of grieving. Just trying to wrap my head around it. I really just want to be there. Wish you could just hold everyone, talk to them, have conversations."

Charlamagne Tha God asked Scott why was it decided to keep the concert going although officials declared it a mass casualty event due?

"They told me, 'Right after the guests get on stage, we’re gonna end the show.' And that’s what we did. Other than that, there was no communication," Scott said.

"They didn’t say, 'Stop now?'" Charlamagne Tha God asked.

"No," Scott replied.

Scott was then asked if he feels any responsibility for the festival tragedy?

"I have a responsibility to figure out what happened here. I have a responsibility to figure out the solution. Hopefully this takes a first step for us as artists, having more insight about what’s going on," Scott said.

Scott explained that he had his trust in professionals to "control what they can in the crowd," and that he was focused on the creative aspect of the festival as an artist.

Scott has offered to pay for all of the victims’ funerals, although some of the families declined, including the family of Ezra Blount, a 9-year-old boy, and youngest person to have died at the concert. Scott said he understands where the family is coming from.

“All things are understandable. At the time they’re grieving and trying to find understanding, they want answers. I’ve got to just continue to show up for that," Scott said.

Scott also relayed a message to all of the families, showing his remorse for the tragedy and how he understands that the pain from the deaths will always be a forever thing.

"I’m always here. I’m in this with you guys and I love you. I’ll always be there to help you guys heal through this. It’s not just a 'right-now thing,' it’s a 'forever thing.' These people who came to the show, they are my family. I’ve always had that connection to people who listened to the music or came to my shows. And that’s why it’s really hard on me," Scott said.

"I just want to always be there for them," he added.

Scott said he will always be "a number one voice for concert safety moving forward.”