Travis Scott is here for you this Friday if you are in need of some serious visual heat. La Flame has just dropped an insanely psychedelic video for his recent single "Butterfly Effect." Watch it above.

"Butterfly Effect" was initially released back in May as part of a bundle of three standalone tracks. And while the song is a fine effort from Scott, the video, helmed by the dynamic directing duo BRTHR sends it to a stratospheric new level.

Travis has been extremely busy of late. Most recently, he was seen flying a giant animatronic bird at the opening night of Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN. Tour.' But the past few months have seen everything from a self-directed video with James Harden, a new set of pop-up shops and of course that whole crowd-diving fiasco. Man knows how to put on a show.

In other music news, check out A$AP Rocky's premiere of Joe Fox's "What's the World." Watch it right here.

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