Travis Scott Premieres Creepy Video for 'Goosebumps' Feat. Kendrick Lamar

Directed by duo BRTHR, the clip shows psychedelic visual distortion with spooky imagery like burning skeletons and a snake crawling out of Travis' eye socket.

AceShowbiz - %cTravis Scott (II)% has released a new music video for single "Goosebumps" off his 2016 album, "Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight". The Apple Music Exclusive video shows graphic visuals with a lot of CGI and psychedelic camera effects. It also features eerie imagery, such as burning skeletons, a snake coming out of the rapper's eyes and the earth literally swallowing Travis up.

Travis teams up with the current king of hip-hop, %cKendrick Lamar%, on the single which apparently becomes the key track on "Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight". Travis previously said of the song, "Honestly when I was making my second album, I wasn't thinking my second album. I was thinking I have a point to prove, I have a message I'm trying to get across. 'Goosebumps' was one of the first songs. I still got the poster board where I started drawing all the ideas for the album."

"I got those goosebumps every time, yeah, you come around, yeah/ You ease my mind, you make everything feel fine/ Worry about those comments/ I'm way to numb, yeah, it's way too dumb, yeah/ I get those goosebumps every time, I need the Heimlich/ Throw that to the side, yeah/ I get those goosebumps every time, yeah, when you're not around/ When you throw that to the side, yeah/ I get those goosebumps every time," the 24-year-old rapper sings on the hook of "Goosebumps".

In a recent interview with Beats 1, Travis claimed that the original idea of the video was not as dark as it is. "It was kinda rated G," he said. "It wasn't rated mature enough, it wasn't what I was envisioning when I made the song in my bedroom. But I finally got it. The song to me was just a mad expression. It really came from deep down and I felt the video really had to give the people part of my conscious."

The "Antidote" hitmaker is currently busy working on a project with %cQuavo%. "We were working on both albums we were kinda like trapping out the same crib so we were just waking up doing our things every day," he said of the upcoming project.

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