"The Scotts," the new instaclassic track from Kid Cudi and Travis Scott, has received another alternate take on the equally instaclassic cover art from KAWS.

For a limited time, the third and final cover is available to purchase via the Travis Scott site. Previous versions, of course, swiftly sold out.

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Fans also have a shot at scoring more pieces from the Cactus Jack for Fortnite collection ranging from a gaming mouse pad to a low shag rug.

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"The Scotts" itself, which takes its name from the duo of Cudi and La Flame, boasts production from Dot da Genius, Plain Pat, and Take a Daytrip. Though it certainly goes without saying, there’s nothing wrong with saying it again: The song absolutely shreds.

As should have been expected, the track bagged a massive Spotify debut at the top of the streaming service's global chart. Friday's tally for the Fortnite-premiered collab was 7.45 million inaugural streams. This beat the best global streaming debut for 2020, a record previously held by Billie Eilish. Pandora also shared impressive Travis Scott stats: this week he's the No. 2 most-added artist station, with said station seeing a 540 percent jump and his overall streams on Pandora leaping 124 percent from the week prior.

All we need now is a full-length from the Scotts. 

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