Houston rapper Travis Scott has been on a tear for the past two years. He’s seen his popularity skyrocket in a relatively short span of time. Although his debut studio album Rodeo received acclaim from critics, it wasn’t until his sophomore follow-up that La Flame truly entered the limelight. Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight topped the charts, giving Scott his first No. 1 album of his career. The Kendrick Lamar-assisted single “goosebumps” not only was and still is a smash hit, but it’s also the most repeatedly played song in concert history. Travis’ live-show energy and antics are social media folklore at this point, and he doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. While his third studio album Astroworld is still in the works, Scott has been working on a short film inspired by his fan-favorite project. To watch the 14-minute piece, press the play button above.