Travis Scott has had a summer filled with releases from his Jordan 1 Retro Lows to his Cactus Jack pop up shop overseas, teaming up with Reese’s Puffs cereal, and being featured on musical projects with Ed Sheeran and Young Thug.
The Houston-native is not stopping just yet. He took to his Instagram on Thursday (Aug. 22) to announce a nostalgic release of his upcoming Netflix documentary Look Mom I Can Fly.
The rapper popped up at a used video store in Houston’s Central Northwest neighborhood with radio station KBXX 97.9 The Box to autograph his version of the throwback VHS tapes.
— KBXX 97.9 The Box (@979TheBox) August 23, 2019
— KBXX 97.9 The Box (@979TheBox) August 22, 2019
With no official details of the doc’s release, fans will be able to “join Travis Scott and the ragers on a rollercoaster ride to Astroworld.”
Never before seen footage, his early moments as a father, and his entrepreneurial journey with his Catcus Jack label will be highlighted in the film.