In a recent interview, Scott tasted the Lime model and gave it the soul-stirring review, “I kinda like it.”
Blake played a stripped-down version of “Do You Ever” while out in the desert.
M.I.A. and Young Thug appear on the original version of the No. 1 single.
In an interview, the “Franchise” rapper also pimps his McDonald’s collaboration.
Houston rapper Travis Scott has serious bars to drop and burgers to sell as he turns into a brand everyone from Nike to McDonald’s wants to work with.
Plus, watch the accompanying short filmed premiered during IMAX screenings of Tenet.
With appearances by Lizzo, Big Sean, Bad Bunny, and Miguel.
The hip burger chain said, “It’s been so lit, some of our restaurants have temporarily sold out of some of the ingredients in the meal.”
In all, Scott is offering 60 (!) different pieces of McDonald’s themed memorabilia.
The guest list features Eminem, Post Malone, Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, and many more.
It features Ludwig Göransson’s score and Travis Scott’s first-ever original soundtrack contribution.
Rather than engaging with issues that young people care about — nutrition and environmental sustainability come to mind — the Golden Arches have partnered with Travis Scott to offer the same shit that was already on the menu.