Published Nov 26, 2018Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode" is clearly not a Christmas song, but a resident in the rapper's hometown of Houston has found it works well as a soundtrack to his seasonal light display.
Footage of the house made the rounds online this past weekend, showing the Christmas lights strobing their way through the song's Tay Keith-produced back half. An LED board on the lawn flashes Scott's Astroworld logo and Twitter handles for both Drake and himself before cycling through the song's lyrics.
Houston's KBXX points out that the display was created by former DJ and IT specialist Frankie To-ong, who made headlines last year for a similar lit-up tribute to Houston rap icons Fat Pat, Lil Keke, Paul Wall and more.
When it's Christmas time in the H … you know that one house has to stunt on everybody. 🤘🏾 pic.twitter.com/TVt6htNfFJ— KBXX 97.9 The Box (@979TheBox) November 25, 2018
The station adds that To-ong won't reveal the location of his house out of respect for his neighbours, though his displays surely make it incredibly hard to miss.
Scott pulled through Toronto last week on his current "Astroworld: Wish You Were Here" tour. He also recently appeared on new releases from Juicy J and Metro Boomin.