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The music video takes place in the year of 2092, when the Migos member is working on his 'last rocket mission' to search for Selene.

AceShowbiz - Following the release of his solo debut album "The Last Rocket", Takeoff unearthed a music video of one of its track, "Casper", on Tuesday, November 27. Unlike the title of his album, the Gabriel Hart-directed visuals shows how the rapper doesn't actually need a rocket to travel the outer space.

The music video takes place in the year of 2092, when the Migos member is working on his "last rocket mission" to search for Selene. Sporting full astronaut gear, Takeoff rides on a Rolls-Royce spaceship as he explores a planet filled with beautiful ladies clad in sexy get ups. After hovering over the planet with his rocket shoes, the Quality Control rapper goes back to Earth to confront an army of scientist in a neon orange long sleeve shirt and black ripped jeans.

"I'ma ghost ride the Wraith/ I'ma ghost ride like I'm from the Bay/ You better watch you bae," he raps on the track. "Better off doin' what Simon say/ They mad 'cause I copped the Wraith/ Police they look at my license plate."

"Casper" is the second "The Last Rocket" track to get a music video treatment following "Last Memory". The song was produced by Cassius Jay, an Atlanta producer who collaborated with Takeoff other times on the album, and Nonstop Da Hitman, a member of the songwriting/production collection 808 Mafia. The group has previously worked with the rapper on multiple Migos' projects.

"The Last Rocket" was released earlier this month and debuted at No. 4 on Billboard 200 with 49,000 units. It marked him as the second Migos member to release his solo album, following Quavo's "Quavo Huncho" in October. Offset is expected to unveil his solo project next month before the three reunite to work on their upcoming album.

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