Travis Scott Releases 'Goosebumps' Video Feat. Kendrick Lamar: Watch

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Travis Scott photographed in 2015.

A few days ago, Kendrick Lamar gave us “Humble,” the best music video of 2017 thus far. And today, he’s in a brand-new video. This one is for “Goosebumps,” a song that Kendrick did with Travis Scott on Scott’s 2016 album Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight. The new video is, um, less good.

It looks like a phantasmagorical video-game cut scene, all extreme CGI and psychedelic in-camera effects. There’s one scene where a snake crawls out from Scott’s eye socket and another where the earth literally swallows Scott up. Kendrick’s scenes take place in a burnt-red Transylvanian hellscape.

The video, directed by BRTHR, is now on YouTube:

Scott joined Beats 1's Zane Lowe via Facetime to preview two new Quavo collaborations called "Rerun" and "Lo-Fi" off their forthcoming joint project.

Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight is out now on Epic/Grand Hustle.

This article was originally published on Stereogum