For most music videos, the main focus is always the music. As a result of this, the "film" aspect of the video can sometimes be very cliche and banal. In the case of Travis Scott's new video 'Birds In The Trap', this doesn't seem to be true at all. The short film, directed by Fleur Fortune, is the visual accompaniment to his album 'Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight' and it blends the elements of a music video and a short film into something that is truly art.
The film opens up with a woman beginning to describe an incident that she witnessed. The video then transitions into a flashback of Travis Scott (who plays himself) as he leaves a small party, get's in his car, and drives around the city until he gets into a fatal car crash.
Find out what happens in the video for 'Birds In The Trap' here: