Tonight, Migos​ revisited their 2015 mixtape Back to the Bando by dropping a set of visuals for the track "See What I'm Saying." The song, which Quavo handles solo, finds the Migos rapper addressing his imitators. "I'm having a problem/They copy the flow and they really think that they out-rapping me/This shit is a tragedy/So many rappers I used to look up to take after me," he spits, clearly taking issue with the widespread adoption of the group's distinctive delivery pattern. They've addressed this issue before, most notably in their February video for "Commando" where they took copycat rappers hostage.

Migos keep the visuals pretty simple, with Quavo rapping in front of a set of cars while abstract drawings are scrawled in white over his face and sunglasses. The group's buzz has cooled off a bit since their crazy run of hits in 2013 and 2014, but they did fuel the dabbing trend last year with their song "Look at My Dab." They also linked up with A$ap Ferg recently for the song "Trap Anthem." Offset has had more problems staying out of jail, having been arrested twice since his release last December.

You can check out the video for "See What I'm Saying" above, and download Back to the Bando here.