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Watch Migos New Video

Love, peace, and Culture. Fresh off his remix to N.E.R.D and Rihanna’s “Lemon,” Drake takes it back with Migos in the soul-filled video for “Walk It Talk It.”

Inspired by “Soul Train,” the Migos and Daps-directed visual finds Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset on set of a ’70s show called “Culture Ride.” Looking fresh in their retro attire, the trio performs on stage, while guests get down to the funky sounds underneath the disco ball.

Jamie Foxx plays the Don Cornelius-like host, Ron Delirious, and Drake shows up to the soul fest with a Jheri curl. He spits his verse and busts some moves down the “Culture Ride” line before joining Migos on stage.

Two contestants even play the famed Scramble Board and answer the question, “Which way does the Culture Ride go?” The answer, of course, is “Dat way.”

“Walk It Talk It” is the latest single off Migos’ album Culture II, which debuted at No. 1 in February.

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