Travis Scott’s New Film ‘Circus Maximus’ Is Now on YouTube

'Circus Maximus' includes four music videos for the 'Utopia' cuts “Hyaena,” “Sirens,” “Modern Jam,” and “Delresto (Echoes)” with Beyoncé.

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Travis Scott has dropped off his 75-minute film, Circus Maximus.

In addition to music from his latest album Utopia, the movie features contributions from Harmony Korine, Nicolas Winding Refn, Gaspar Noe, and Kahlil Joseph who each directed music videos for “Hyaena,” “Sirens,” “Modern Jam,” and “Delresto (Echoes)” featuring Beyoncé—which were also released as individual visuals alongside the full film.

The Houston native released Utopia in late July and it became his third No. 1 album, holding the spot for two weeks in a row as of publishing time. All 19 tracks charted on the Hot 100, as well as the Drake-assisted “Meltdown,” which opened at No. 3.

Watch Circus Maximum below.

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