And just like that, the video for Travis Scott's Drake-assisted Astroworld cut, "Sicko Mode," is here. At 12 p.m. EST today (Oct. 19), the Houston rapper unloaded the trippy new visual, which finds both rappers roaming sci-fi version of Scott's hometown.

Directed by Dave Meyers, who also shot Scott's video for "Stop Trying to be God," the new visual for "Sicko Mode" was filmed in Houston. Though they made the song together, the video for the track finds Drizzy and Scott operating in different spaces.

At the beginning of the video, we see Drizzy walking down the street with the sunshine at his back. The only thing is, though, there's actually a solar eclipse going on, so we actually get an orangish sunshine instead of the outright yellow rays we'd usually expect. A short while later, we see the 6ix God standing in front of red smoke that eventually makes its way around an H-Town neighborhood.

Mirroring "Sicko Mode's" beat switches, the visual takes us to different places as Drizzy and Scott alternate verses. When it's Scott's turn to rap, we're taken to the scene of a parking lot where he's kicking it with some of his crew. A series of zoom-ins and flashy lighting make it a surreal experience.

With shots of Drizzy's face dematerializing, and other clips of a woman twerking on an eyelash, "Sicko Mode" is a pretty accurate look at the surreal, cosmic vibes of Travis Scott's latest LP.

Watch the video for "Sicko Mode" for yourself below.

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