To celebrate the two-year anniversary of his Days Before Rodeo mixtape, Travis Scott has shared the animated official video for his Kacy Hill-assisted track "90210."

The hilarious video, which was released via Apple Music, finds an action-figure version of Travis meeting up with a blurry-faced porn star, with whom he smokes some weed and gets down to some dirty and plastic action figure sex.

Outside, however, trouble is brewing. A Godzilla-like version of La Flame is roaming the streets, destroying everything in his path until he eventually comes face-to-face with the other Travis in some kind of weird introspective standoff.

Apple Music subscribers can find the new Hype Williams-directed video here, or check it out below.

In other music news, Frank Ocean just released a visual album titled Endless.

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