Migos Hit the Stables for ‘Get Right Witcha’ Video
Migos are becoming an unstoppable machine in 2017, and they’re taking full advantage of the spotlight. The Atlanta trio are fresh off being the first rap group to perform at the 2017 Met Gala and are keeping the big week rolling by dropping off a new set of visuals for their “Get Right Witcha” record. Watch it below.
In the new video for the Culture track, the Migos find themselves in the middle of a desert, where they ride out on horses at a local stable. The King Content-directed visuals show Offset, Quavo and Takeoff bonding by a bonfire as they're surrounded by plenty of skin-bearing women who show off some of their flexibility. Eventually the crew rides out to the club, where they get the real party started under some colorful lights, cashing out with stacks of money.
Migos have reached the highest peak of their success so far this year, as their Culture album has already reached platinum status. They also landed a No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 charts with "Bad and Boujee" which also became certified platinum back in January. They were even given a major shout out by Donald Glover at the 2017 Golden Globes during his acceptance speech, which helped catapult their name into superstardom. Hopefully we can expect to see them in season two of Atlanta.
Watch the brand new visuals for "Get Right Witcha," produced by Murda Beatz, below to see the guys show off their equestrian skills.
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