So it turns out the version of "Goosebumps" fans heard on Travis Scott's Bird's Eye View tour wasn't the one they bumped on Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight. The special tour version of the track was supplied by none other than his frequent collaborator Mike Dean, who unleashed his mix of the popular track on SoundCloud on Wednesday (Aug. 2). Check out Mike Dean's version of "Goosebumps" below.

Mike Dean's tour version of "Goosebumps" isn't drastically different from the original, but you will notice some changes. The biggest one is the layer of bright synths overlaid onto the track, giving the track an even more animated feel than it had before. Overall, Mike Dean definitely did his thing.

"Goosebumps," which features the great Kendrick Lamar, is easily one of the best songs off Scott's latest album, and it's been extremely popular among fans. How popular? Well, back in May, Scott ended up performing the track 14 times in a row during a show in Oklahoma City, Okla. Oh, and it's also gone platinum.

Scott will look to add to his platinum plaque collection when he drops Astroworld later this year. A few weeks back, he dropped a video for a new song called "Butterfly Effect," the first single from the album. Make sure to give that video a watch, because it's definitely something to see.

Check out Mike Dean's tour version of "Goosebumps" below.

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