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Travis Scott, Emily Ratajkowski & Anok Yai Have Racy Fun Poolside In New ‘I Know ?’ Video

Travis Scott has recruited Emily Ratajkowski and Anok Yai for his new “I KNOW ?” music video.

The visual begins with exterior shots of a modern mansion, before the camera enters the home to reveal a mess. The UTOPIA artist appears lying face down on a bed before Ratajkowsi appears.


Later on, Cactus Jack lights up a blunt in a sauna, does some push-ups, and spends time poolside with Anok Yai. Ratajkowski shows back up to sip from a Cactus Jack styrofoam cup and do hip thrusts while working out. The clip was helmed by legendary music video director Dave Meyers.

Check out the whole clip below.

On the lovesick jam, Travis croons, “Tell me, is you still up?/ It’s 5 AM and I’m drunk right now/ Tell me, can we still fuck?/ One of one, I’m in the zone right now.” The song is featured on the rapper’s 2023 album UTOPIA, which is up for Best Rap Album at this year’s Grammys.

It was announced on Monday (January 22) that La Flame will perform at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards next month.


The artist will hit the stage at the Arena in Los Angeles on February 4 alongside Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, and Luke Combs, who have been confirmed as performers.

In other Travis news, his camp recently shared new details about the experimental movie tour for his film, AggroDr1ft, which is set to make quite the splash with its official release.

Travis Scott Teases New Concept Album Inspired By Circus Maximus Tour

Travis Scott Teases New Concept Album Inspired By Circus Maximus Tour

According to Variety, in order to catch the Harmony Korine-created feature — which debuted at the Venice Film Festival last fall — viewers will have to trek to unconventional venues like a strip club. EDGLRD, the multimedia group charged with organizing the event, has announced the AggroDr1ft promotional tour will kick off at the strip club Crazy Girls in Los Angeles on Feb. 7, 2024.

“The distribution of Aggro Dr1ft goes beyond the limitations of the outdated moviegoing experience,” EDGLRD head of film strategy and development Eric Kohn said in a statement. “You don’t just watch Aggro Dr1ft — you step into a new world, and these events will allow audiences to immerse themselves in it.”


The movie, which earned a modest 38 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, follows a relentless Miami Beach hitman in pursuit of his next target. It is uniquely shot entirely through an infrared lens.