Kanye West is taking in the fall foliage. The rapper and collaborator Travis Scott released the new music video for their song, “Piss on Your Grave,” via Apple Music on Friday, Oct. 30, and by the looks of it, Yeezy is having a moment with nature.

In the video, West, 38, and Scott, 23, both wear khaki-colored ensembles complete with oversized hoods that they don and doff throughout the video as they angrily stalk through a creepy, foggy forest.

“I use your face as a urinal/ Then do the same at your funeral,” West raps. “Piss on your grave, piss on your grave, piss on your grave/ Piss on your grave, piss on your grave, piss on your grave/ This one here for the executives/ F—k you and all your relatives.”

The musical pair are hardly the only ones in the forest, however — as revealed by a masked man who appears at various points throughout the video to haunt them.

In an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1 earlier this year, Scott opened up about how the concept for the video came to be.

“I was in my hotel room in Paris, and we were just chillin’ and I just f—ked around and was like, ‘We need to do the video while we’re in Paris!’” he said. 

The rapper also revealed that music producer Mos Def is the masked man in the clip.

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