Featuring Travis Scott, the trio smoke blunts in the snow and burn out a car in Gucci’s latest musical offering
The latest clip for his Woptober track is shot partly in night vision, and sees the trio set fire to a car as heavy snow falls around them – there’s also a little blunt-smoking.
Korine, known for his filmic oeuvre including Gummo and his contribution to Larry Clark’s Kids, previously worked with Gucci on a Supreme campaign. The rapper also made an appearance in Korine’s 2012 film Spring Breakers, and will star in the filmmaker’s next project The Trap alongside James Franco and Al Pacino.
Gucci Mane recently announced The Return of East Atlanta Santa, his third album of the year, will be released on December 16. It follows his July album Everybody's Looking, dropped after he was released from prison this year, and Woptober.
Watch the one-part-chill, one-part-fire video above.