Travis Scott shared photos from what appears to be the set of the "Power is Power" music video

By Rachel DeSantis
April 21, 2019 12:35 PM
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Winter is coming for Travis Scott.

The rapper, who recently released a new track for a Game of Thrones-inspired album, put on his best Westeros wear this weekend and faithfully dubbed himself “Husband of the Goddess K.”

Scott, 27, was dressed in a suit of chain mail armor and posed in front of a car, presumably on the set of the music video for “Power Is Power,” the song he released with SZA and The Weeknd.

“House of Flame, Son of Lord Jacques B Webster the 1st, Husband of the Goddess K, Protector of the Seven Kingdoms, Blatt,” he captioned the post, referring to girlfriend Kylie Jenner.

Kylie Jenner, 21, appreciated the reference, commenting, “Protect my realm. Oh lord Webster !!”

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Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner
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The couple, who share 14-month-old daughter Stormi, are not yet engaged or married, but frequently refer to each other as husband and wife.

Jenner assured fans that she and the “Sicko Mode” rapper had not tied the knot yet in a February interview with Paper, and promised, “I’ll let everybody know” when the time does come.

Scott, SZA and The Weeknd released “Power is Power” Thursday as part of For the Throne, an upcoming album of tracks inspired by the popular HBO series.

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For the Throne also features contributions from stars like Maren Morris, the Lumineers, ASAP Rocky, Joey Badass and the late Lil Peep.

Scott’s collaborators shared photos from what appears to be the “Power is Power” music video set, too, with SZA posting a set of snaps featuring her in an elaborate tiara.

“Heavy,” she captioned the post, referencing her lyrics, “Heavy is the crown, but never for a queen.”

The Weeknd also shared a photo of him sitting in what appears to be an iron throne.

“How I’m watching episode 2 tomorrow,” he wrote, referring to the eighth and final season’s second episode, which airs Sunday.

The Weeknd previously announced “Power is Power” on Instagram, writing, “Heavy is the crown… but only for the weak. POWER IS POWER 4/18 #GAMEOFTHRONES been watching this show since 2011… my fans know!”

For the Throne is slated for release April 26.

Game of Thrones airs Sundays on HBO.