The 6 God kicks off the clip in a barren area of Houston, T.X., spraying red smoke into the air as somewhat of a warning signal of what's to come. Travis takes the baton and travels to some of the historic areas of his hometown, including the famed Screwed Up Records & Tapes Store, paying homage to DJ Screw. Drizzy re-appears over the Tay Keith production to help bring the Dave Meyers-directed flick to the finish line.
Scott even stayed up all night to partake in seeing the initial fan reaction to the "Sicko Mode" video's release. "BRUH IM STILL UP. WAITING ON SICKO MODE TO DROP. IM ON MY 7th CAFFEINE SIP. IVE WATCH 4 WES ANDERSON MOVIES. CAN 9 am COME FAST ENOUGH," he tweeted earlier Friday (Oct. 19).
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The party never ends for the OVO rapper and Travis Scott, who seem to enjoy each other's company a lot more than originally thought. Cactus Jack has joined the 6 God on stage at numerous tour stops throughout the United States as a special guest for repeated energetic "Sicko Mode" performances in Toronto, Houston, Los Angeles, and New York City.