Migos’ highly anticipated album, Culture II, had mixed reviews by some fans. Migos was even quoted on saying that it took them anywhere from 20-45 minutes and it showed as it did not live up to their album Culture.
However, they may have spent a little bit more time on their new music video “Walk It Talk It” that was recently released. Drake and Migos went back in time and channeled the hit show Soul Train as they gave off a 70s vibe for the video. Jamie Foxx was also a guest appearance in the video and payed homage to Soul Train’s host Don Cornelius, as Foxx’s alias was Ron Delirious.
Migos has always been one for the outlandish videos, as their hit single “T-Shirt” got a ridiculous video which was not connected to the song. Even though these videos do not connect to the message Migos is portraying, the videos have a great vibe to them, as do their songs.
You can check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGqdIPer-ms