Travis Scott joins SZA on the latest track from her forthcoming Ctrl album.

Directed by Nabil, who is responsible for Kendrick's wildly entertaining "DNA" visual, the clip finds Travis and SZA cuddled up with one another, surrounded by a swarm of fluttering butterflies. Towards the end of the footage, however, things take a dark and unexpected turn. When SZA lets another woman into the house where Scott is restrained on the bed, Travis then seemingly gets brutally murdered by this woman and her axe.

Remind anyone of Kathy Bates and Misery, maybe?

Nonetheless, press play above to see how it all unfolds.

SZA's Ctrl is due out this summer.

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