Catch the latest visual from the Migos member, who's currently on the road with Drake for the Aubrey & the Three Migos tour, above. Direction was handled by Quavo, Joseph DeRosiers Jr., and Edgar Esteves. Just last week, Quavo dropped off the "Lamb Talk" video.
As for what's next for Quality Control's star trio, Quavo declined to confirm whether Culture III was on the horizon when Billboard asked him about it last month. "We've got a lot of top secret music coming," he said, adding that dropping the DJ Durel collab "Hot Summer" will give the group "something fresh and new to perform."
"No Brainer," the Quavo-featuring DJ Khaled single that reassembles the supergroup behind last year's "I'm the One," was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award but ultimately lost the honor to Cardi B's "I Like It."
Unfortunately, we still don't have a firm timeline on when to expect that previously teased Migos movie. Back in October Quavo told Zane Lowe he was working on a script inspired by '90s-era artist-centered films. "I always been watching movies and, like, my favorite musicians do movies and they really used to do that a lot in like the '90s," Quavo said. "So I'm a '90s baby and all my favorite movies got all the dope artists in them."
Given Quavo's affinity for directing, hopefully he'll consider just directing the finished script himself.