Travis Scott Announces New Netflix Documentary Via VHS Pop Up Shop In Houston

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Travis Scott is always finding unique ways to spice things up a little bit, whether he’s selling action figures of himself with his album or reviving a whole amusement park via his own music festival. Most recently, La Flame decided to set up a pop-up VHS shop for the surprise drop of his own Netflix documentary titled Look Mom I Can Fly.

The Houston-raised rapper took to his hometown yesterday to pass out signed VHS copies of the new Netflix documentary, which is set to drop on the streaming service on August 28. The reverse of the VHS tape was posted by a local radio station on Instagram, revealing what we can expect from the film: “never before seen footage including the making of Astroworld, early fatherhood, the founding of Cactus Jack the label, exclusive tour footage, and much more.”

Check out photos from the pop up event, as well as the VHS itself below, and be sure to check out the documentary when it drops next week.


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GOT SOMETHING U MIGHT WANNA SEE IT. . !!!MEET ME HERE NETFLIX AND NO. CHILL 11200 Northwest Freeway, Suite 300 Houston, TX 77092

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Back cover of @trvisXX’s Netflix documentary. Looks like we’re getting tour footage, founding of the label and some FATHERHOOD footage as well! #LookMomICanFly #LMICF

— KBXX 97.9 The Box (@979TheBox) August 22, 2019

THE LEGEND. @trvisXX 🚀🚀 #LookMomICanFly

— KBXX 97.9 The Box (@979TheBox) August 23, 2019

Holy #Astroworld Batman!!! @trvisXX IS HERE at his pop up at 290 & 34th!! #TRAVISSCOTT IS IN THE HOUSE!! #KHOU11

— Shern-Min Chow 🙋🏻 (@ShernMinKHOU) August 23, 2019