Migos and Drake Drop a ‘Soul Train’-Inspired Video for “Walk It Talk It”
For their Culture II album, Migos have been getting more creative with their music videos. After creating Rush Hour-themed visuals for "Stir Fry," the trio now channels the classic TV series Soul Train for their "Walk It Talk It" video with Drake.
Directed by Daps and Quavo, the "Walk It Talk It" video kicks off with Jamie Foxx as the Don Cornelius look-alike, Ron Delirious on the show "Culture Ride." Foxx then introduces Migos, who are on stage sporting '70s outfits, backed by a full band. Quavo, Offset and Takeoff have no problem getting in touch with their funny side in the video, showing off their Temptations-like choreography and hitting dance moves as they walk down the Soul Train line.
Drizzy also joins the rappers on stage but not before he can bust a couple moves on the dance floor. Rocking a Jheri curl, the "God's Plan" rapper hits a few Michael Jackson moves. Offset also accompanies Drake on the dance floor, busting out the robot and pop-locking.
Following the release of the video, Quavo shared a behind-the-scenes photo from the shoot on Instagram. In the picture, the group and Drake can be seen on stage in their outfits, offering a higher quality look at their bell-bottoms, ruffled shirts and platform shoes.
In related news, Drizzy recently dropped his remix of N.E.R.D and Rihanna's No One Ever Really Dies track, "Lemon." Pharrell premiered the "special" track on OVO Sound Radio on March 17.
Check out the "Walk It Talk It" video and Quavo's Instagram photo below.
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