Netflix has announced an upcoming documentary on rapper Travis Scott.
The news was unveiled Thursday through a cryptic message from the rapper on social media, which turned out to be a Houston pop-up.
NETFLIX AND NO CHILL !! PULL UP 11200 Northwest Freeway Houston, TX 77092 ???????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/B48AbHI10o
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) August 22, 2019
The pop-up was at a Movie Exchange video store. At the pop-up, fans lined up for a chance to have the rapper sign a collectible VHS tape, which contained a 60-second first look trailer of the film.
Later on Friday, Netflix dropped the trailer for the film and released a synopsis: In this exclusive first-hand look at one of music’s most dynamic superstars, Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly straps viewers into a front-row seat of Scott’s life in the months surrounding the release of his Grammy-nominated album Astroworld. Intercut with footage from his live shows and nostalgic home video footage from Scott’s childhood, this documentary follows Travis’ life-changing moments, including becoming a father, performing at the Super Bowl and recreating Astroworld for his hometown and fans.
The film will debut on Netflix next week on August 28.
Photos: Greg Noire / Netflix