Travis Scott shares new visual for 'GATTI'

US rapper Travis Scott at the World Music Festival 'Mawazine' at the OLM Souissi venue in the Moroccan capital Rabat on June 26, 2019

"GATTI" appears on Scott's new Cactus Jack Records compilation, "JackBoys," which arrived earlier this December.

On the heels of the EP release, the Houston rapper has unveiled the accompanying visual for his latest collaboration with Pop Smoke.

The dizzying video was helmed by White Trash Tyler and Scott himself, under the moniker Cactus Jack.

The pair has previously directed the clips for the star-studded "Gang Gang" and the "JackBoys" short film, which features guest appearances by Don Toliver, Sheck Wes, Quavo, Offset and Young Thug.

The lo-fi visual for "GATTI" follows Scott and Pop Smoke as they drive around the streets of New York City in a fancy Bugatti Chiron.

"And I'm in that Bugatti, movin' two hundred/Givin' pumps, like, 'Who shot ya?'/Me and Trey, that's four choppers/Man down, all you see is helicopters," Pop Smoke raps in the drill-inspired cut, which was produced by AXL Beats and 808Melo.

"GATTI" is one of the seven tracks appearing on Scott's latest compilation, "JackBoys," in which he recruited talents from his own Cactus Jack Records label.

Among them are fellow rappers Don Toliver, Sheck Wes, Luxury Tax 50 and Chase B.

The Houston MC first mentioned the collaborative EP in an interview with Zane Lowe back in October, during which he teased that "Jack Boys is on the ways."

"I'm in no rush frankly but I'm taking my time to come up with the next album. But I'm always down to drop music and serve some packs to the fans. It's time for the fans to eat... I'm gearing up for something special," he added, without sharing further details about his forthcoming new album.

Scott released his third studio album, "Astroworld," in August 2018.

Since then, he notably collaborated with Post Malone and Ozzy Osbourne for "Take What You Want," which is featured on Posty's "Hollywood's Bleeding" album.

Discover the disorienting visual for Scott's "GATTI":

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