After releasing their anticipated Culture II album last week (Jan. 26), Migos deliver the official music video for their fan favorite "Stir Fry" record.

The Atlanta trio star in a short action film, which starts off with them gambling inside of a Chinese restaurant against the song's producer, Pharrell Williams. Over the course of the visuals, we then see Quavo, Offset and Takeoff change into martial arts robes before they go after an enemy gang.

The Southern rap group show off some of their intense fighter moves, which features some high kicks, arm blocks and more combative motion. The end of the music video also contains a few minutes of amusing outtakes, which feature Migos laughing at their martial arts moves, as well as some of their video hiccups.

It's been a major week for the hip-hop squad, as the three not only dropped their long-awaited project, but they also attended the 2018 Grammy Awards. The three were nominated in multiple categories for their Culture album of last year, as well as their hit single, "Bad and Boujee." While they didn't take home any accolades from the evening, they still caught a lot of praise for their lavish ensembles on the red carpet.

Watch Migos' short action film for their new "Stir Fry" music video.

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