Travi$ Scott and Kanye West head off into a forest for the creepy visuals for "Piss on Your Grave" -- just in time for Halloween.

The Rodeo creator walks into the desolate woods, keeping his head down while donning a long tan trench coat -- similar to the fashion in Ye's Yeezy Season 2. Shortly afterwards, Travi$ throws the hoodie over his head and looks up toward the camera. Ye spots the "Antidote" rapper and follows suit towards an opening in the backwoods.

Kanye kicks things off with a verse on how he loathes executives and will use their face as a urinal. As he starts to jump off with the chorus, it seems his spirit is leaving him every time he jolts forward and yells "Piss on your grave."

Next up to rhyme is Travi$, who leans back on a tree while a figure in all black hangs behind him. The masked man is later revealed to be none other than Yasiin Bey, formerly known as Mos Def, in an interview on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show.

Bey doesn't drop a verse though. Instead, Travi$ keeps the energy going. "Us n----s, we can't behave / We mobbed on the pave," he rhymes before spitting about how he's on the come-up. "My, my, my, my, look at little Scotty now / The same f---ers that used to doubt / All preaching that they proud."

The focus goes back to Ye and Travi$ as they blend into the background with their dark coats melding into their surroundings -- like ghosts. Throughout the Nabil-directed effort, shots of skulls are seen falling down in what seems like a mudslide.

At the end, viewers see that the two rhymers are actually standing next to a massive grave site filled with skeletons and dirt. It's truly disturbing.

In the interview, Travi$ said that fans can expect new music from him in December. As for Ye, music is "coming very soon" and his forthcoming album, Swish, is "lit."

Listen to the interview below.

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