This just in: Travis Scott sometimes watches Space Jam in the recording studio.
That’s one of several key takeaways from the Houston rapper’s new fly-on-the-wall documentary, La Flame. The 18-minute video takes fans behind the scenes of his notoriously wild live shows (think lots of security guards, tree-climbing, and blood). There’s also plenty of footage of him crafting his recently released album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, which debuted at No. 1 on both the Billboard 200 and Rap Albums charts.
Most notably, though, the video’s packed with celeb cameos, including a fleeting glimpse of T.I. and an extended studio segment with veteran hip-hop producer Mike Dean. Besides those two, here are the five cameos you absolutely need to see:
While recording the debut episode of his Beats 1 show “.wav radio,” Scott shows Rogen his stop-motion video for “90210,” which, of course, inspires Rogen to let out one of those hearty laughs of his.
Scott and his G.O.O.D. music boss meet up backstage at ‘Ye’s Saint Pablo tour, where the man of the hour is all smiles.
Scott later wilds out at the Saint Pablo show with Migos’s Quavo (and Trav gets to try out ‘Ye’s floating stage when no one’s around).
The NBA star sends a shout to the rapper in a nice (but kinda random) video message.
In the funniest cameo of the bunch, Diddy praises Birds while running his fingers through the ‘70s wig he wore to Beyoncé’s Soul Train–themed birthday bash. You’ve never seen Puff like this before.
Check out the full mini-doc below to see more of Scott’s antidote-fueled antics: