The 'Butterfly Effect' rapper jetted off to Honolulu, Hawaii with his partner and their daughter, where they stayed in an Airbnb rental complete with its own recording studio.
The property was also packed full with Stormi's favourite toys, with the family also enjoying some time on a private beach.
When Kylie and Stormi headed back to Los Angeles, producers Nav, Gunna and Cash were flown in to work on Travis' new music.
The news of the vacation comes after a source revealed Travis has ''stepped up'' for Kylie since the arrival of baby Stormi.
A source shared: ''Kylie and Travis are doing well. They are a great family. Kylie is very in love with Travis. He is an amazing dad and loves spending time with their daughter. He has very much stepped up. He hasn't been working much and is instead focused on spending time with Kylie and Stormi. Kylie's family is very happy with him. He is young, but acts much more mature. After all the Tristan drama, they are especially happy that they don't have [similar problems] about Kylie. She loves being a mom and she is very happy with Travis.''
Kylie and Travis have gone ''full circle'' since welcoming a child.
An insider shared: ''Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are currently in the best place they have ever been in their relationship. Things really came full circle once Stormi was born and they now have an unbreakable bond. Travis has been fully accepted into the family and everyone is in love with their little family they created.
''Travis has been helping a lot with Stormi and is obsessed with her. He helps a lot at night and makes sure Kylie is getting enough sleep, and likes to spoil Kylie with gifts so she knows she is still important.''
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