As gloriously teased via an assortment of VHS tapes at a pop-up in Houston, Netflix is indeed in the Travis Scott business.

Later this month, the streaming platform will release the documentary Look Mom I Can Fly, which chronicles highlights from La Flame's blockbuster ASTROWORLD era as well as looks back at how he got there. As the back cover of the VHS informed us, the doc includes never-before-seen ASTROWORLD studio footage, as well as clips from Scott's "early fatherhood" and the development of his Cactus Jack label.

Catch the Look Mom I Can Fly trailer up top. The full thing drops Aug. 28. Scott has also launched a website for the doc. Head here to check it out. On Tuesday, Aug. 27, just one day before it hits Netflix, 11 screenings of the doc will premiere in cities across the country.

Below, catch key art and a still from the 85-minute doc, which notably lists Stormi Webster as a producer. White Trash Tyler directs.

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Image via Netflix
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Image via Netflix

In recent weeks, Scott has been busy in the visuals department with the release of videos for his J. Cole and Young Thug collab "The London" and the Jonah Hill-helmed video for "Wake Up." Both videos are very good and very worth a watch/rewatch. "Wake Up," notably, is likely the last wave of traditional music video-related promo we should expect from the ASTROWORLD era. And with the Netflix doc soon dropping, we can consider the closing of this chapter to be imminent.