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travis scott cant say video CAN'T SAY

Following a fiery performance at the Super Bowl LIII halftime show this weekend, Travis Scott has dropped a new video for his latest single “CAN’T SAY.” The Don Toliver-assisted track is featured on the rapper’s record-breaking third album, ASTROWORLD.

Saint Laurent produced the visual which includes a flashy wardrobe that comes straight out of the Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello collection. The Nathalie Canguilhe-directed video kicks off with a dystopian-like vibe with a biker gang led by Cactus Jack as they pop a few wheelies while riding throughout a city. The dreamy footage is also sequenced with CGI horses and religious iconography for a surreal experience that perfectly blends with the music’s overall creative production.

Enjoy the entire visual above and catch Scott on the second leg of his North American ASTROWORLD tour at the remaining dates:

February 6 @ Las Vegas, NV / T-mobile Arena
February 8 @ Los Angeles, CA / The Forum
February 11 @ Tulsa, OK / Bok Center
February 13 @ Houston, TX / Toyota Center
February 17 @ Kansas City, MO / Sprint Center
February 18 @ St. Louis, MO / Enterprise Center
February 20 @ Indianapolis, IN / Bankers Life Fieldhouse
February 21 @ Chicago, IL / United Center
February 22 @ Milwaukee, WI / Fiserv Forum
February 24 @ Columbus, OH / Schotteinstein Center
February 26 @ State College, PA / Bryce Jordan Center
February 28 @ Buffalo, NY / Key Bank Center
March 2 @ New York, NY / Madison Square Garden
March 3 @ Brooklyn, NY / Barclays Center
March 5 @ Montreal, QC / Bell Centre
March 7 @ Toronto, ON / Scotiabank Arena
March 9 @ Hartford, CT / XL Center
March 12 @ Washington, DC / Capital One Arena
March 14 @ Jacksonville, FL / Veterans Memorial
March 15 @ Orlando, FL / Amway Center
March 17 @ Tampa, FL / Amalie Arena
March 20 @ Nashville, TN / Bridgestone Arena
March 22 @ Atlanta, GA / State Farm Arena
March 24 @ Charlotte, NC / Spectrum Center
May 26 @ Boston, MA / Boston Calling

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

scribbling by day, architect by night

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