Migos spend big on "Narcos" video.
Migos literally recreated an entire season's worth of Netflix programming in their latest music video "Narcos." A Song marked by real virtuoso performances by Takeoff and Offset, and the steady hand of Quavo, "Narcos" carries us through a drug trade-off gone wrong. The video directed by Quavo himself, is the latest Migos' offering to brandish a Retro Style, worn at the height of the narcotics trade when Pablo was running the table.
In "Narcos," Migos enter the compound as a band of brother, under the watchful eye of heavily armed perimeter presence. The "brothers" are asked to sit down at a table stocked with all the right provisions. Of course, the conversations takes on a more serious note as soon as pleasantries are exchanged. Migo fam leave their seats confident they've reach deal, and the scene cuts to a warehouse where Quality Control emblazoned cargo is unloaded from the back of trucks.
The video closes with DEA agents rounding the corner. Offset still enjoying the company of women and fine champagne is caught inside while hios brethren fend off field agents. a bunch of QC weed carriers come out the woodwork and fire off at the agents as well, acting as a decoy for Quavo to plan his getaway in a limousine.