Migos head to Hong Kong in their latest visuals.
Despite walking away empty-handed Sunday night at the Grammys, Migos still have plenty to celebrate, including their very first two nominations at the ceremonies for their breakout “Bad and Boujee” single and their Culture album, both of which helped catalyze the group’s notoriety from street legends to mainstream hitmakers.
They’ll be looking to emulate any semblance of 2017’s success and the arrival of their follow-up Culture II album has been the first step in doing so, and in wasting no time our favorite trio has followed up their recent drop with an accompanying music video for their “Stir Fry” single.
Produced by Pharrell Williams, the cut preceded the offical album release, earning the distinction of being the official song of the forthcoming NBA All-Star game as it boasts just the type of braggadocio that inspires the league’s top athletes.
Co-directed by Sing J. Lee and Quavo, the clip takes place in the Kowloon district of Hong Kong as dynamic camera movements and coloring complement the high-powered cut well