Travis Scott's 'Birds In The Trap' Short Film Hits YouTube

Can we expect a new project soon?

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Late last month, Travis Scott dropped off a new video — starring NBA superstar James Harden — for the Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight opener “Way Back.” Now, a couple weeks after the release of his new joint single with Major Lazer and Quavo, the “Goosebumps” artist has decided to upload the previously-released Birds In The Trap short film to YouTube. Originally debuted in March, Travis Scott’s BITT visual was initially shared as an Apple Music exclusive and has only been available for viewing through that platform.

You can check out Travis Scott’s short film above, but expect to hear a new project from him very soon.

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