Co-directed by Scott and Dave Meyers, the video places La Flame against the stormy backdrop of a futuristic city. He takes a deep drag of smoke and then leads viewers on a trip into his grilled mouth and spiraling into his stream of consciousness. The rapper’s subconscious realm is almost like an eerie dreamscape and features talking heads, strippers, super-tattoos, and robots.
The dreamy banger, produced by OZ and Nik D, sees Scott dropping bars like, "She saw my eyes, she know I'm gone / I've seen some things that you might fear / I’m doing a show, I'll be back soon / That ain't what she wanna hear."
If the track sounds familiar to you, that'll be because Scott's former partner Kylie Jenner first teased it as part of a Kylie Cosmetics ad back in April. Revisit the teaser below.
Fans will be able to purchase the single on cassette, vinyl, and digital stream at Travis Scott's website.
On this week's episode of The Dropcast, we are joined by Atlanta's Reese Laflare a.k.a. Lil Skate who's making his mark in the rap game after a career as a pro-skater.