The clip, embedded below, does indeed see Travis Scott riding over the track's chorus. Instrumentally, this version—though it's still not a guarantee that we'll get an official streaming release—is a bit more minimal than the original.
Hear for yourself:
The original dropped last summer as part of Gambino's Summer Pack two-tracker, which also included "Summertime Magic." Both songs later appeared in Gambino's Amazon Prime short film Guava Island, starring Rihanna.
Scott, of course, was among those depicted in an animated video for "Feels Like Summer." The visual also included depictions of a MAGA'd up Kanye West and Rae Sremmurd spraying J. Cole with water guns.
Scott, whose recent weeks have been bettered by a Reese's Puffs collab unveiled in Paris and a custom $50,000 ASTROWORLD vending machine, is among the artists assembled by Ed Sheeran for his new album No.6 Collaborations Project.
The two's collab, "Antisocial," also received a Dave Meyers-helmed video that's rife with cinematic references you can't help but point out while watching:
Speaking on the track with iHeartRadio’s Charlemagne tha God, Sheeran said Scott "struck me as someone who I had a lot in common with, basically" and expressed praise for his artistic pursuits.
Scott's blockbuster ASTROWORLD album, meanwhile, currently remains in the Billboard 200 ranking at No. 24.