Migos Cook Up Actual Stir Fry in New Clip

With or without eggs?

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With their latest album Culture II debuting at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart and the major buzz of their single "Stir Fry," it made sense for Migos to drop another video for it.

The official video might have dropped last week, but that doesn't mean the visual fun has to end there. Partnering up with BuzzFeed's Tasty channel, usually featuring step-by-step recipes of everything from broccoli soup to oatmeal cookies, Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff tried their hand at cooking up the perfect stir-fry in the alternative video for the Pharrell Williams-produced track. 

Each of the group's members tackled a different part of the final dish since teamwork makes the dream work. They chop peppers, slice onions, whip sauces and add chicken, noodles and bacon to the mix all while outfitted in aprons and copious amounts of fly ass jewelry. The crazy thing is, there's some actual technique to it all, and it didn't go unnoticed.

The finished dish is mixed up and loaded into bright red stir-fry boxes branded with the artwork Culture II. This soon-to-be-viral take on the song is a close rival to the Apple Animoji clip the tech and music streaming giant released when the album first dropped. 

Last December, the song was picked the serve as the official 2018 All-Star Weekend song. It kicks off on Feb. 16, so the song nor any of its video versions are going away anytime soon.

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