Travis Scott Takes Viewers on a Psychedelic Ride for New "Butterfly Effect" Video

Another creative visual from one of rap’s most trippy minds.

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Following the unveiling of the official video for his joint “Know No Better” single with Major Lazer, Quavo and Camila Cabello, Travis Scott takes fans back to his May trio of releases for his latest solo visual. Taking on his Murda Beatz-produced track “Butterfly Effect,” Travis Scott links up with director BRTHR and video producers Laure Salgon and Sara Greco for a psychedelic, racing-themed vignette. Per usual, Travis Scott keeps things trippy for his unorthodox new visual.

You can view the BRTHR-directed video for Travis Scott’s recent record “Butterfly Effect” above. Previously, the Birds in the Trap artist joined Nas and DJ Khaled for the visual in support of the Grateful single “It’s Secured.” For those in search of new music from Travis, expect to hear him on tomorrow’s French Montana album Jungle Rules.

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