New Video: “Can’t Say” by Travis Scott (Review)

Travis Scott drops another music video from his latest album ‘Astroworld’ and this one has a lot of trailer motorbikes. “Can’t Say” music video, released today, has hoards of biker dudes riding along with Travis Scott and there are many cryptic symbols embedded throughout the video.

“Can’t Say” is the 13th track on ‘Astrolworld’ album that produced some big hits such as “Sicko Mode,” “Stargazing” and “Stop Trying to be God.” The entire song is a dedication for fishing for women, as Don Toliver and Travis Scott trade juicy stories.

The clothing in this new music video was sponsored by the popular French luxury fashion brand-Yves Saint Laurent. Hence, some shots that focus a little too much on the clothing are apparent. The video is produced by Saint Laurent as well. Check out more Yves Saint Laurent products here.

Watch “Can’t Say” Music Video by Travis Scott

“Chicago baby, she just wanna drill
The vibe’s too wavy, it’s too hard to kill
Gotta watch out where you go ’cause shit get real”

Travis Scott on “Can’t Say” lyrics

The music video for “Can’t Say” features a lot of bike riding. Travis Scott is seen performing a few tricks on his trailer bike, dressed in slick clothing by YSL. Special symbolics in the video include; The Great Pyramid of Gizza on fire, a burning cross with a naked woman nailed to it (the cross has speakers embedded on its arms), random horses, a go-cart track with an ensemble of semi-naked women in the background, basketball hoops on fire, and more. The music video director is Nathalie Canguilhem.

Don Toliver, who is featured on this track is a fellow Houston-based rapper. Travis gave a shout out to the collaborator when the song was released back in 2018.

This song’s guitar part is done by John Mayer, just FYI.

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