A little while back, Migos appeared on Katy Perry's innuendo-laced new single, "Bon Appétit." Now, they return for the song's even more suggestive, Dent De Cuir-directed visual. Renowned chef Roy Choi makes an appearance in the inventive new video.

In the new visual, we see a scantily clad Katy Perry get stripped down and laid across a platform filled with dough, just before we see her hair get virtually kneaded as if it was being made into a loaf of bread. Things only get more graphic from there as Katy gets put on a conveyor belt and has vegetables lined across her nearly bare naked body. Yeah, they really went all in on the theme of the song.

Elsewhere we see Quavo, Takeoff and Offset posted up in what looks like a VIP lounge doing something they, at this point, might just do better than anyone else: counting some serious money. Can't be mad at that.

Of course, we can't forget their contributions to the track itself. All three lend their adl-ibs to various points of the pop banger. Their verses are pretty solid as well, if a bit short. Each of them add onto the whole "eating" theme of the track.

"Sweet tooth, no tooth fairy/Whipped cream, no dairy/Got her hot light on, screaming, 'I'm ready'/But no horses, no carriage," Quavo spits during his second four bar verse.

All together, this new visual executes Perry's concept pretty well, and Migos look like they're having a pretty good time.

Aside from collaborating with Katy Perry, Migos have been busy this month. The rap trio hit up Rolling Loud in Miami last weekend, played a game of Knockout with Chance The Rapper and teamed up with Gucci Mane for their "Slippery" video.

Peep the new flick below.

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