Travis Scott's new documentary, "Look Mom I Can Fly", premieres Aug. 28 exclusively on Netflix. The film follows Scott's journey from his come up in 2014 with a show turnout of only 25 people to his 2019 Super Bowl halftime show, where he performed to millions of screaming fans.
Despite the Kardashian-Jenner's being one of America's most public families, we don't often get to see inside the life of the Websters (Kylie Jenner, Stormi Webster, and Travis Scott). Scott's new documentary will feature never-before-seen clips of his mother's support throughout his career, and Scott playing the drums with his father as a child. Kylie and Stormi also make a few appearances in the intimate documentary, including sweet father-daughter moments, and loving clips between Scott and Kylie.
Scott's career started to take off with his debut album, Rodeo (2015), featuring the Summer banger "Antidote" which went four-times platinum platinum in the United States, and won a BET award the following year. Scott acclaimed similar success in 2017 for his hit song with SZA "Love Galore", around the same time he met Kylie Jenner at Coachella music festival.
While Scott was headlining at a major music festival and dating an up-and-coming beauty billionaire, Kylie Jenner, he was yet to hit the prime of his discography. Scott's third studio album, Astroworld, was one of the most successful albums of Summer 2018, and definitely a pivotal moment for the development of his craft and clout in the industry. Astroworld received three Grammy nominations for "Best Rap Album," "Best Rap Song," and "Best Rap Performance". Although the album didn't win, it got positive critiques from Pitchfork, Metacritic, and Rolling Stone.