After a recently launched trailer, it’s confirmed that hot and young Grammy-nominated musician Travis Scott has completed its project with the Netflix and his exclusive documentary series “Look Mom I Can Fly” is ready to fly on August 28, 2019. Clocking it an approximately an hour and fifteen minutes long, the documentary is directed by frequent collaborator White Trash Tyler and executive produced by the rapper himself. Scott’s one-year-old daughter with Kylie Jenner, Stormi Webster, also grabs her first producer credit with this project, working alongside David Stromberg and Angus Wall.
The film will give viewers a look into Scott’s fast-paced life. In 2018, Scott became a Grammy-nominee, performed during the Super Bowl halftime show and became a father. The documentary uses clips from his live shows and home videos from his childhood to tell the story of his rise to fame and glory.
Here’s Netflix’s official synopsis for the documentary: “While crafting his Grammy-nominated album ‘Astroworld,’ Travis Scott juggles controversy, fatherhood and career highs in this intimate documentary.”