Travis Scott unintentionally goes all out playing Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ During Interview! Check it out.

While the release date for Christopher Nolan’s mysterious thriller Tenet keeps on ricocheting around due to the coronavirus, Travis Scott uncovered on Tuesday (Aug. 18) that his mind softening signature melody for the film, “The Plan,” will drop on Friday (Aug. 21).

Scott advertised the tune with a tweet that read “FLAME X CHRIS NOLAN COOK UP THE PLAN FRIDAY,” over a grouchy photograph of star Washington gliding in red space nearby the title of the film – which stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki and Kenneth Branagh – and the melody.


Scott has seen the mysterious film featuring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debicki, which was expected for discharge in July (20) yet will presently make a big appearance in the U.K. on 26 August.

Though it’s Scott’s first attempt to write a soundtrack song, Nolan tells the magazine that Trav’s contribution to the hush-hush project was like the final piece of a “yearlong puzzle… His insights into the musical and narrative mechanism [composer] Ludwig Göransson and I were building were immediate, insightful, and profound.”

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We made a bond to neva forget !

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The rapper clarified his job in the film in a meeting with GQ, after unintentionally playing “The Plan” for the essayist, who depicts it as a “cerebrum condensing trip through reality.”

Requested to depict the film, Scott says, “I can’t even explain it. You literally just have to watch it. It’s very fire.” The MC likewise uncovered that he’s been in the lab concocting the follow-up to his 2018 hit collection Astroworld, which he depicted as “embodying all of the knowledge I’ve taken in and trying to make the best form of it.”

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We been spinning doughnuts round em

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In the wake of moving around from two dates in July to Aug. 12, the puzzle thriller isn’t planned to open in the U.S. on Sept. 3.

Barely any subtleties of the film are known to those outside its production group and cast, however, it is accepted to be a secret activities trick including time travel.