Kanye West, Travis Scott Get Creepy in ‘Piss on Your Grave’ Video

31 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Don’t make these guys angry! Travis Scott recruited Kanye West for his new video, ‘Piss On Your Grave,’ and it is seriously intense– and amazing. Watch it now to get all kinds of fired up!.

Travis Scott and Kanye West recently teamed for “Piss on Your Grave,” an off-kilter, hallucinatory track from Scott’s debut LP, Rodeo. The Rodeo creator walks into the desolate woods, keeping his head down while donning a long tan trench coat — similar to the fashion in Ye’s Yeezy Season 2.While we’re sure that nobody has forgotten about Travi$ Scott‘s Rodeo, the Houston native ensures that his debut LP remains at the centre of attention, highlighting Kanye West collaboration ‘P**s On Your Grave’ with a brand new video.He posted two photos, both included Kanye West, one is even captioned, “Travis x Kanye Soon.” The internet speculated for days, some suggested a joint tour, while others believed there was a collaboration album in the works. For his new vid, “Piss On Your Grave,” which dropped on Oct. 30, Trav teamed up with America’s angry dude, Kanye West, 38, and together, the two will get you pissed off at whatever it is you want to be pissed off at.

Music makers being seen in a forest that looks like it came straight out of the Twilight films, with angry raps and simulated urine creating mud abound. During the exchange he discusses the decision to hit the woods of Paris with Mos Def to shoot the video for the phych-rock influence track and reveals that he will be dropping some new music in December, and mentions the new Kanye West album before cutting off. The video’s lone cameo comes courtesy of masked Mos Def, who is spotted hanging in a tree looking as creepy as one would expect for a video dropping on Halloween. The clip, directed by Nabil, finds the duo delivering their bizarre urination boats (“I use your face as a urinal / then do the same at your funeral,” West rhymes) between shots of muddy skeletons and masked men.

The track, which echoes the confrontational style of West’s 2013 LP, Yeezus, follows a disjointed path through sludgy, psychedelic guitar riffs and lumbering, flanged drums. In an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1, Scott told the video’s backstory while in the middle of boarding a plane. “I was in my hotel room in Paris, and we were just chillin’ and I just fucked around and was like ‘We need to do the video while we’re in Paris!,'” Scott recalled, describing the aesthetic as “lo-fi.” Scott also revealed that Mos Def is the man wearing a stocking on his head in the clip. After describing the process of filming the new video, Scott offered a preview of West’s highly-anticipated Yeezus follow-up Swish. “That Kanye album…okay, let me hang up before it gets crazy,” Scott teased. “That ‘Ye album is nothing to sleep on. Instead, Travi$ keeps the energy going. “Us n—-s, we can’t behave / We mobbed on the pave,” he rhymes before spitting about how he’s on the come-up. “My, my, my, my, look at little Scotty now / The same f—ers that used to doubt / All preaching that they proud.” The focus goes back to Ye and Travi$ as they blend into the background with their dark coats melding into their surroundings — like ghosts.

Last year, reports circulated about a West-Paul McCartney collaboration possibly titled “Piss in Your Grave,” rumored to be a contender for the rapper’s upcoming solo LP, Swish. The two tracks are assumedly connected, though a representative for McCartney previously declined to comment on whether the former Beatle performed on the Scott track. Rodeo, released in September, features contributions from several other high-profile producers (Pharrell Williams, Mike Dean) and guest performers (the Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Toro y Moi, Future, Schoolboy Q). 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings.

The landslide of skulls and bones are showed more and more, the ending is a shot from the sky showing this gigantic crater that I’m assuming is a grave. It’s directed by the incredible NABIL, the last time he worked with Kanye was during 808’s and Heartbreaks (he directed “Coldest Winter.” “Welcome To Heartbreak,” and “Paranoid”).

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