The Nabil-directed music video features a little boy navigates a jungle to discover an abandoned ruins of the amusement park.

AceShowbiz - Travis Scott (II) can take his amusement park anywhere, whether to his hometown of Houston or even a jungle. In the music video for "Yosemite" which was released on Friday, November 30, the 26-year-old rapper shows that he also has an "Astroworld" theme park in the middle of nowhere.

Directed by Nabil, the clip features Travis and featured artist Gunna flying on a private jet as a child falls out from the sky into a mysterious hole, ending up in some sort of magical jungle. Getting curious, the little boy navigates his surrounding to discover pieces from an amusement park that includes rides and a merry-go-round horse.

As he continues walking through the forest, he finds out that he's not actually alone in the woods. The little boy meets three ladies who are clad in tribe outfits blowing kisses to him. Getting curious, he touches one of the trees in the forest, only to find out that it is actually some sort of button which opens a gate to a cave.

The little boy goes straight into the cave without thinking twice, stumbling upon what appears to be planets as he tries to find his way out. When he finally comes out on the other side, he discovers the abandoned ruins of "Astroworld", complete with a roller coaster and a ferris wheel.

Even though Travis doesn't accompany the boy in his little journey, he witnesses it all from his private jet.

"Yosemite" is among the seventeen tracks off Travis' latest album "Astroworld" that debuted atop Billboard 200 and was certified platinum by RIAA. Joined by Kylie Jenner and their daughter Stormi, the "Sicko Mode" rapper is currently hitting the road in support of the album. The tour is scheduled to wrap up on December 19 at The Forum in Los Angeles.

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