Migos Channel Their Inner Escobar in “Narcos” Music Video

Migos Channel Their Inner Escobar in “Narcos” Music Video

This time Takeoff is not neglected, as he wraps up the video with the most climactic scene yet.

Migos Channel Their Inner Escobar in “Narcos” Music Video

This time Takeoff is not neglected, as he wraps up the video with the most climactic scene yet.

Coming, quite literally, “straight out the jungle,” Migos release visuals for their Culture II hit “Narcos.” The video highlights scenes displaying the lifestyle of opulent cocaine traffickers in the fullest form, and was directed by Quavo himself. Each verse includes a unique setting or sequence in the narrative, with Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff flowing in traditional drug-lord realms.

The video opens with the trio parlaying in a Miami mansion surrounded by armed guards, beautiful women, and money – lots of it. Quavo’s verse sees much of the same, which even features the high profile Kandypen vape, a product co-signed by Migos themselves. As Offset’s verse kicks off the scene transitions to a transaction of drugs taking place in a dimly lit room embellished with more cash, expensive alcohol, and of course, cocaine. We even see a cameo appearance from DJ Durel himself.

This time Takeoff is not neglected, as he wraps up the video with the most climactic scene yet. As the hook develops, the trio is shown enjoying drinks and dominos with fellow trapper 21 Savage in a large warehouse. The mood quickly changes as DEA officers raid the industrial building, but to no threat of the gang, who instinctively unveil their biggest and baddest weapon and partake in an action-movie-worthy shootout. The video concludes with the group fleeing the scene in a blacked-out vehicle, with Quavo busting shots of the roof as they speed off, innately.

With this being the fourth installment of visuals from their Culture II project alone, Migos are solidifying themselves as not only studio masters, but versatile screen acts as well. This on-screen talent may even catapult the trio on to the big screen in Hollywood, which naturally seems like the next step for a name as big as Migos. If you doubt the potential, check out the visual for “Narcos” below and let us know what you think.