Travi$ Scott has followed up the release of his latest banger, "Don't Play," with its official music video. Featuring G.O.O.D music signee Big Sean and British indie rock band The 1975, the video manages to follow plenty of predictable tropes that are seen in many rap videos of the moment. The nonsensical, fragmented narrative commences with a scantily-clad woman tied up in the boot of a car. The video continues with a scene following Travi$ Scott riding a horse wearing a pair of ski goggles, possibly because he's too high to know what sports activity he's actually partaking in. And then as Big Sean's cameo drops, eventually so does a bunch of money he throws into the air, before zooming off to nowhere in particular on a quad bike - presumably because he doesn't know how to ride a motorcycle. Still, absolute banger.

Watch Travi$ Scott's last video, "Uptown," which follows a similar theme.

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