Travis Scott has released a short film, Birds in the Trap, in conjunction with his 2016 album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight.

The 14-minute visual is directed by Fleur Fortune, and features La Flame driving around as "sweet sweet" plays until he's involved in a car wreck. However, that's when the magic really begins, as Scott doesn't die in the wreck.

"With close to a billion album streams and a top ten most streaming album of all-time with Apple, we feedin' the streets again TONIGHT!" Scott wrote on Instagram, announcing the arrival of the short film.

In addition to releasing the film, Scott just kicked off a 32-city tour, Birds Eye View, on March 10 in New Orleans. The tour will hit major cities like Las Vegas, New York, Miami, Houston, St. Louis and more. In between those cities, Scott will rock several festivals, including Coachella, Rolling Loud, Soundset, Bonnaroo and Wireless. The tour will officially wraps up on July 9 in Finland.

You can view Birds in the Trap on Apple Music here.

20 Hilarious Hip-Hop Tweets Guaranteed to Make Your Day Better