Travis Scott has been working hard between non-stop touring and dropping his highly acclaimed album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight. To show what his life's been like as of late, he's shared a short film that gives fans an intimate behind-the-scenes look. 

La Flame, which was created by Scott and Tucker Tripp, gathers footage of the rapper on the road and performing (including that time he performed in a tree at Made in America), hitting the strip club, making music with Mike Dean, hanging out with Seth Rogen and Kanye West, and him moshing at Kanye's Saint Pablo show in New York. Puff Daddy also makes a cameo, dressed in '70s wear for Beyoncé's 35th birthday party, and talks about and praises BITTSM.

The 18-minute long film is soundtracked by Travis Scott's own songs, including "Antidote," "way back," and "through the late night."

Earlier this week, it was reported that Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Chart. Scott also recently launched an enormous new collection of merchandise, with items including hats, shirts, hoodies, underwear, and even $5 condoms. Take a look at the collection over at his website.

Watch Travis Scott's La Flame short film above.

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