Today is like Christmas for Travis Scott fans. No, he didn't drop another album. But his documentary, Look Mom I Can Fly, hit Netflix earlier this morning. 

Clocking in at just under an hour and half long, the documentary is a love letter of sorts to La Flame's fanbase. Clips from his legendary live shows of fans jumping off stage, raging in unison, and even being dragged lifelessly through the sea of bodies are peppered throughout. The rest of the runtime is filled by exclusive looks at pivotal moments in the Houston rapper's career over the past few years like the birth of his daughter Stormi Webster, selling out Madison Square Garden (twice) during his Astroworld: Wish You Were Here tour, listening to an almost-finished version of the Astroworld rage anthem "No Bystanders" for the first time at a vacation home with his friends, and performing on Saturday Night Live.

For anyone who is a big fan of Scott, it all might feel like a rehash of old information with some new context sprinkled in. For the less familiar, it will show them what all the fuss is about as the documentary follows La Flame from mosh pits to studio sessions.

Of course, another thing some will notice during their watch through is all the sneakers. It's no secret that Scott is a big sneakerhead. It has been made more obvious with multiple Nike and Jordan Brand collaborations in recent years, but Look Mom I Can Fly even includes some grainy home video footage of Scott rocking Air Jordan XIIs as a kid. There's a lot of other pairs featured throughout too. Take a look at some of the best sneakers worn by Scott in Look Mom I Can Fly below.