The past week or so has been huge for Travis Scott, and he seems eager to keep his current hot streak going. After performing "Sicko Mode" at the Super Bowl's halftime show and appearing in the spaced-out video for his James Blake collaboration "Mile High," La Flame has revisited ASTROWORLD with the lavish Saint Laurent-produced visual for "Can't Say."

The video for the Don Toliver-featuring song sees Scott joined by an army of bikers, casually pulling off some stunts. With its moody aesthetic and slick fashion, the effort was styled by Anthony Vaccarello using entirely Saint Laurent. Needless to say, it's just as striking as we've come to expect from Scott. The Nathalie Canguilhem-directed clip is yet another typically out-there offering from the Houston rapper, who has been supporting ASTROWORLD with some wild visuals so far. He's already released music videos for "Yosemite," "Stop Trying to be God," and insanely popular Drake collab "Sicko Mode."

Of course, he's been bringing that distinct sense of style to his live performances, too. Not only has he been bringing elaborate props including rollercoasters to his shows, but he's also been sporting fashion specifically designed for him. During the Super Bowl performance, Scott wore a custom Cactus Jack and Jeff Hamilton jacket that featured its own Mount Rushmore, replacing the four presidents with Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Muhammad Ali. Check it out below.

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Despite the busy week he had, Scott also found time to celebrate the first birthday of his daughter Stormi Webster with Kylie Jenner. Sharing a post on his Instagram, the rapper wrote, "I LOVE U SO MUCH BABY. U THE SMARTEST AND LOVING BABY EVER. UR SPIRT KEEPS ME GOING EVERY DAY ME AND UR MOMMY LOVE U AND CANT WAIT TO SHARE MORE BEAUTIFUL DAYS WITH U. HAPPY BDAYY STORMIII LETS RAGE.”

Watch the video for "Can't Say" above.