Travis Scott Teams Up With Young Thug and M.I.A For New Single 'Franchise'
Travis Scott has been pretty busy over the past few weeks. Straight off releasing 'The Plan' for the Christopher Nolan film TENET and his unique collaboration with McDonalds, feeding fans with The Travis Scott meal, he has now served up a delectable dessert featuring Atlanta's legendary Young Thug and London's M.I.A who sung the classic number 'Paper Planes' .
Produced by Teddy Walton and CHASE B, 'Franchise' was created to pay tribute to Atlanta's Hip-Hop squad Dem Franchize Boyz, alongside an artificial realism-style artwork painting created by George Condo, a contemporary American artist who is highly respected in the art and Hip-Hop industry as he produced the artwork for Kanye West's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. The Houston rapper also teamed up with IMAX to debut the music video for it to premier before the movie TENET.
Watch the new video right here!