Migos just dropped the martial arts-themed music video for their song "Stir Fry." The track is included in their latest album, Culture II, which was nominated in the Best Rap Album category at this year's Grammy Awards.
The almost seven-minute clip opens with a man talking to another person on the phone while at the Migos Stir Fry restaurant in Kowloon. The man covers his face with his hand, which suggests that he is worried about something.
In the next scene, Offset is sitting on a chair while smoking a cigarette. He is singing some lines to "Stir Fry" while playing cards with four other men. The man, who was on the phone earlier in the clip, approaches Offset and tells him that someone is looking for him.
Before showing off their skills in martial arts, Quavo and Takeoff are seen singing some lines to their hit song. The two rappers are also playing cards with Offset and Pharrell Williams. While counting their cash, a man breaks into the restaurant in Kowloon and throws an amputated hand at Migos. Offset seems unfazed at the sight of the severed hand.
Over two minutes into the clip and all three members of Migos stand up from their seat, and they are all wearing an all-black ensemble. They face off with a group of men from Hong Kong, and they succeed.
Migos Collaborates With Nicki Minaj, Cardi B
Migos debuted "Stir Fry" during the group's recent appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The music video for the song was directed by Sing J. Lee and Quavo. The track is produced by Williams. The trio's album, Culture II, was released on Jan. 26. Some of the tracks included in their project are "MotorSport," "Supastars," and more.
During a previous interview, Quavo explained how MotorSport came together with the help of Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. The track was the first single to be released from Culture II.
"I recorded in New York. They had the little bits and pieces of everybody's verses everywhere. I just ended up calling Nicki in July and said 'I think you should get on the record.' She got on the record. I told Cardi, 'I think you should get on the record.' She said, 'Hell yeah, it's hard.' She did the verse. It's been magic since then," said Quavo.