Migos are all over the map these days, while they continue to promote their new album, Culture II. Last night (March 3), the trio made an appearance on Saturday Night Live as musical guests.

The first show following the break for the Winter Olympics, Quavo, Offset and Takeoff were paired with Charles Barkley, who was the special guest on the episode. The "Bad and Boujee" trio offered the crowd their latest single "Stir Fry," while making use of a live band and Asian aesthetics. They returned for a second time to perform the track "Narcos," both of which reside on their new album, Culture II.

As if the Migos weren't already popping, their stock continues to soar with the release of the new LP. Last month, the album surpassed 1 billion streams after only being available for 20 days. "1Billion Streams in 20 Days is just the beginning," Quality Control exec Coach K captioned a photo of the group posing together with plaques that signify their accomplishment. "@Migos keep breaking barriers & records. I’m starting to smile more in pictures. @qualitycontrolmusic Is the new Major. #qcthecultureslabel🏆 #solidfoundationmgmt⚒."

It looks like they may have another project dropping soon. Last month, Quavo teased a joint project with Migos, Lil Yachty and Gucci Mane titled Glacier Boyz. On Friday (March 2), they dropped what appears to be the first single from the release, "Solitaire."

Watch Migos perform "Stir Fry" and "Narcos" on Saturday Night Live below.

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