Houston, stand up. Travis Scott just released his new video for the song, "Way Back," off his latest album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, and it features none other than the Houston Rockets' James Harden. Watch the video below.

Travis Scott sits in the director's chair for the seven-minute visual, which starts off with Harden listening to a barrage of naysayers and talking heads speaking down on his game. He transitions to the gym where he starts to put some work in, and that's where things get a little wacky. In the next scene, the NBA baller is suspended upside-down in a parking lot rapping the words to the song. In the background, Travis plays video games, a group of cheerleaders do a routine, some swole dudes are lifting weights and a few guys have decided to pop trunk.

During the bridge of the song, the visual switches to a scene of Travis riding down the street in the back seat of an old school Cadillac, which is driven by what looks to be a child.

In La Flame-related news, last week, Travis earned three platinum plaques all in the same day. His two solo LPs, Rodeo and Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight both earned the milestone from the RIAA. On top of that, his hit single, "Pick Up the Phone" featuring Young Thug and Quavo also surpassed 2 million equivalent single sales.

Travis has two more cracks at bat planned for later this year as his joint project with Quavo, as well as his third album AstroWorld, are both slated to drop in 2017.

Watch Travis Scott's "Way Back" video below.

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