AceShowbiz - Travis Scott (II) has always been known for his super creative music videos. From the visuals for "Sicko Mode" to "Yosemite", all of them are visually attracting to the eye, and the latest one is no exception. Fresh off headlining the Super Bowl LIII halftime show, the Houston rapper shared the music video for "Can't Say" on Tuesday, February 5.
The purple-hued clip was directed by Nathalie Canguilhem and produced by Saint Laurent, who also styled the entire visuals with creative director Anthony Vaccarello. It opens with Travis leading a biker gang through the highway as he performs his own stunts. At one point, the gang that he leads dives underwater.
The visuals additionally features scenes of a burning pyramid, stallions, go-karts and astronauts. Don Toliver can also be seen in the clip to sing the catchy chorus. "What would you do if you heard I got it burning out?/ I left it burn, skrt that mark, I had to dip," he rhymes. "Better watch for 12 'round my town, you might get killed/ I'm out my mind, yeah, I'm high above the rim."
"Can't Say" is one of the songs off Travis' chart-topping album "Astroworld". Talking about the process of working on the collaboration, Toliver said in an interview, "We flew out there to Hawaii. The whole gang was there. It was nothing but love and great energy. It was definitely a creative process going on in the area. It was just a lot of vibes, man. Feeding off of everybody's energy."
"Astroworld" was released on August 3, 2018 and spent two weeks atop the Billboard 200 chart. It was certified platinum by the RIAA in addition to earning Best Rap Album nomination at the 61st Grammy Awards. Meanwhile, "Sicko Mode" receives nominations for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song.