Snakes slither out of Travis' eye sockets in the demonic clip for his hit single.
Shortly after the song went #1 on rhythmic radio, Travis Scott's "Goosebumps" video has been released through Apple Music. The single appeared on Travis' 2016 studio album Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight and features a guest verse from none other than Kendrick Lamar. The clip is dark, psychedelic and borderline demonic -- in other words, it's very Travis Scott.
For now, the video is available exclusively on Apple Music. Stay tuned for an official version to go public.
GOOSEBUMPS VIDEO https://t.co/13PW2RUwNk— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) April 3, 2017
In a new interview with Zane Lowe, Travis spoke of the treatment for his new video. "Man it was a process," he said. "I probably did this video 4 times. I finally linked up with some co-directors I really liked. My brother, it was super dope. My homey A-boy hooked that up. Those dudes are fire. It was a challenge it’s my favorite song I was going through so many different videos to make it perfect."
According to Scott, the original vision for the video wasn't quite dark enough. "It was kinda rated G," he revealed. "It wasn't rated mature enough it wasn't what i was envisioning when I made the the song in my bedroom. But I finally got it. The song to me was just a mad expression. It really came from deep down and I felt the video really had to give the people part of my conscious."
Travis also previewed some new music from Quavo. You can listen to the snippets here.