Travis Scott released a short film, Birds in the Trap just before midnight on Monday. Directed by Fleur Fortune, it's a visual component to the rapper's 2016 album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight. In the 14-minute film, Scott acts as himself, driving around while his song "sweet sweet" plays, until he gets involved in a car accident. We won't spoil it, but Scott doesn't die in that car accident. Something much more fantastical happens, this time to the beat of "the ends."
The rapper announced the film with a clip on Instagram, where he wrote, "With close to a billion album streams and a top ten most streaming album of all-time with Apple, we feedin' the streets again TONIGHT!"
You can watch Birds in the Trap on Apple Music here.