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Migos Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset premiered the video for their single “Walk It Talk It,” this week. It’s the second official music video from their sophomore album, Culture ll. The visual is heavily inspired by legendary TV dance show Soul Train which was created and hosted by Don Cornelius, is a wonderful ode to the decade.

The Daps-directed video shows the rap trio on the set of a make-believe 70s show called “Culture Ride,” hosted by none other than Jamie Foxx. The rap trio is dressed completely in retro attire. I’m talking afros, vintage shades, bell-bottom pants, and platform boots. Drake is featured on the track and kept it simple with a leather coat and a Jheri curl wig.

This isn’t the first time Migos have stunned the world with a creative video project. The kung fu movie-inspired “Stir Fry,” and “Walk It Talk It” definitely prove that the group has cinematic power. The fans are sure proud.

Culture II is available now via  iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and wherever music is sold.


Tyrah Majors

Born and raised in San Diego, California, I am a multi-media journalist, model, and author of children's book "Grammy and Me." I took an interest in journalism 3 years ago, and have grown my experience in the profession at NBC 7, Fox 5, and of course, MUSE TV. I am a graduate of California State University, Fullerton and currently a USC Trojan, working towards my masters degree in journalism! I love music, movies, and traveling. Have any MAJOR story ideas? Feel free to email me at