Travis Scott Directs Future’s Fiery ‘712PM’ Visuals
Travis Scott (II) has directed a music video for Future’s “712PM.” The video, which was released on Tuesday, November 29, shows the “Bum Bum Tam Tam” rapper living the high life.
The 39-year-old is seen being chauffeured around the city with an unidentified woman before pulling up to a crowd of fans and paparazzi in the video. At one point, the Atlanta native raps in front of a massive flame.
In the chorus, he spits, “Money real long, big as King Kong when you make the trap go jump/ Yellow wrist stones, canary yellow stones, I’m putting on that stuff/ Digging in her back, pull out my money, make a b***h bust a nut.” “I came out the bando just to buy diapers, had to hit me a lick/ I bought the Tahoe from the trap money, haven’t even seen a brick/ Cocaine by the kilo, these days put it right on my wrist/ You can still see the chain lit up sitting behind 5%.”
“712PM” can be found on Future’s most recent album, “I Never Liked You.” Drake (“Wait for U”) and “I’m on One”), Kanye West (“Keep It Burnin”), Gunna and Young Thug (“For a Nut”), Kodak Black (“Voodoo”), and EST Gee make appearances on the project, which was released on April 29. (“Chickens”).
On May 2, Future released six new songs from his ninth studio album. The extended version includes “No Security” featuring Babyface Ray, “Stayed Down” featuring Young Scooter, “Like Me” featuring 42 Dugg and Lil Baby, “Affiliated” featuring Lil Durk, “Just the Beginning,” and “Worst Day.”
Future reached the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart with “I Never Liked You.” According to Luminate, it sold 222,000 equivalent album units in the United States in the week ending May 5.