Travis Scott Look Mom I Can Fly Trailer

Netflix Drops New “Travis Scott” Trailer

“Travis motherfuckin Scott, the greatest live performer on this planet.”

Netflix has a way of bringing to life stories that would otherwise stay hidden in the background. Though famed rapper/hip-hop artist Travis Scott has been a household name for years, his rise to fame is still reasonably unknown, until now.

The streaming giant has just released an extended trailer for their forthcoming documentary, Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly, and you’d have to be living under a rock to admit you aren’t at least somewhat intrigued.

Centering on the months surrounding the release of his Grammy-nominated album Astroworld, the film tracks the performer’s every move, intercepting the behind-the-scenes camera work with footage from both live shows and his own home video recordings.

The film, a capsule in many terms, showcases Scott throughout many life-altering events, including becoming a father, performing at the Super Bowl, and recreating the famed Astroworld for his hometown.

Directed by White Trash Tyler, Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly hits the streaming service on August 28.


About Stephen Davis

Stephen Davis
I owe this hobby/career to the one and only Stephanie Peterman who, while interning at Fox, told me that I had too many opinions and irrelevant information to keep it all bottled up inside. I survived my first rated R film, Alive, at the ripe age of 8, it took me months to grasp the fact that Julia Roberts actually died at the end of Steel Magnolias, and I might be the only person alive who actually enjoyed Sorority Row…for its comedic value of course. While my friends can drink you under the table, I can outwatch you when it comes iconic, yet horrid 80s films like Adventures in Babysitting and Troop Beverly Hills. I have no shame when it comes to what I like, and if you have a problem with that, then we’ll settle it on the racquetball court. I see too many movies to actually win any film trivia contest, so don’t waste your first pick on me. My friends rent movies from my bookcase shelves, and one day I do plan to start charging. I long to live in LA, where my movie obsession will actually help me fit in, but for now I am content with my home in Austin. I prefer indies to blockbusters, Longhorns to Sooners and Halloween to Friday the 13th. I miss the classics, as well as John Ritter, and I hope to one day sit down and interview the amazing Kate Winslet.