Travis Scott has just unveiled a stark black-and-white video for his the Weeknd collaboration "Wake Up," which appeared on his chart-topping album ASTROWORLD. Directed by Jonah Hill, the video follows La Flame as he walks about a mansion scattered with bodies. Things only get stranger from there, as the bodies start to sparkle and Scott levitates throughout the room.
This isn't the first time Jonah Hill has directed a music video, as he previously provided the visuals for Danny Brown's "Ain't It Funny" and Vampire Weekend's "Sunflower." He also made his feature-length directorial debut with Mid90s, which was released through A24 last year.
Travis Scott previously released videos for "Stop Trying to Be God," "Sicko Mode," "Yosemite," and "Can't Say." Considering the length of time between the "Can't Say" video, which dropped all the way back in February, and the newly released "Wake Up" visual, it's likely this will be the last big push for ASTROWORLD. La Flame hasn't teased a follow-up to the 2018 project just yet, but it's safe to assume that he's been working on it.
Regardless, it appears as though the rapper has been keeping busy, as him and Kylie Jenner have reportedly been discussing marriage. A source close to the privately famous couple explained that Kylie and Scott have also been trying for a second child, hoping to give their daughter Stormi a brother or a sister in the near future.