The clip establishes a gritty and ridiculous aesthetic with an opening shot of a man ripping up a keytar while standing on top of an overturned car in junkyard. The video jumps between this setting, where Migos perform the syrupy, guitar-laced cut, and a seedy bar where the trio are tipped off about a bad deal. A slow-motion fight breaks out, though Migos, of course, emerge from the bar unscathed.
Migos released Culture in January, debuting at the top of the Billboard 200 on the strength of their Number One hit, "Bad and Boujee." The trio are riding their hot streak with appearances on other artists' songs as well, hopping on Mike Will Made-It's "Gucci On My" with YG and 21 Savage, and joining Calvin Harris and Frank Ocean on "Slide."