Travis Scott and Kendrick Lamar team up one more time for ‘Goosebumps’ Video.
The project was released this week as a supplement to Scott’s 2016 album, Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight. The video aligns with Scott’s usual creepy aesthetic, but this time with a bit of a psychedelic twist. There are a ton of special effect play and there are often more than one occurring at the same time.
Color runs wild all throughout most of the video and there is hardly ever a dull moment. There are vivid images of the rapper falling, partying and being surrounded by violence – nothing too explicit. Snakes and skulls recur all throughout the video as well as women dancing.
Kendrick first appears in the video spitting his verse while lying on some grass. Although he doesn’t get as many CGI effects as Travis, he does get some minor tweaks. The video is directed by BRTHR who has worked for big names like The Weeknd and Ta-Ku. The duo is commonly known for their psychedelic effects and use of vivid color. There was even a scene that involved a live action recreation of Scott in the form he takes on his album cover, the bird like version of him that is a recurring theme in most of his recent work.
Here he is performing the song with some visuals on Jimmy Kimmel Live!:
The video is available exclusively on Apple Music.