Migos Drop Video for “Too Hotty” Off Upcoming Quality Control Compilation
Back in May, Migos dropped off "Too Hotty," a scorching track from the forthcoming Quality Control compilation. A short time later, the track was taken off SoundCloud. Now, the folks at Quality Control have posted the song to iTunes and unveiled the official video for the track.
The video for the track finds Quavo, Offset and Takeoff getting into a number of peculiar things that, in some intangible way, line up with the darker feel of the track itself. It begins with Offset rocking an all black cloak while surrounded by candles as if he's performing some sort of supernatural ritual. Then, we're transported to the woods where he continues rapping. From there, we see Quavo playing the role of a mechanic in a dark room that looks like something out of a horror flick. Finally, we see Quavo, Offset and Takeoff in a parking lot with flames sparking all around them before Takeoff comes in to finish the track.
Other than the striking visuals, directed by Daps and Migos themselves, the icy cold Southside production stands out. Also, Offset delivers yet another killer verse with a machine gun flow that rides the beat perfectly. He's been murdering guest features this year.
Peep the visual for "Too Hotty" just below, and make sure you cop the track on iTunes.
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