Earlier this year, Travis Scott released what is easily one of the most wild music videos in recent memory. It was a visual for his track "90210," and it featured an action figure version of the singer getting high, having sex and destroying a city Godzilla-style. It has been an Apple Music exclusive since release. Until now, as it's officially available for all.
Dropped on YouTube earlier today, Scott's visual can now be seen in all its bizarre, twisted glory. Its Robot Chicken aesthetic is a reference to the actual Travis Scott action figure floating around since last year, and one given another visual callback on the album cover to Rodeo, the full-length on which the song appears.
Once all you non-Apple Music subscribers have watched the video above, be sure to stream Scott's new album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight below via Spotify:
In other music news, Freddie Gibbs has released his first piece of new music since being acquitted on charges of sexual assault earlier this year. Listen to it right here.