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Check Out Migos New Visual For Frosted Flakes

QC’s second compilation project, Quality Control: Feed The Streets Volume 2 is here. Migos and Quality Control released another visual off of the new project for “Frosted Flakes”. The video, directed by Baps and Quavo features Huncho himself, Takeoff, and comedian Mike Epps. The song’s sound is reminiscent of the Migos we heard on Culture. Produced by Buddah Bless, OG Parker, & Earl On The Beat, “Frosted Flakes” has an infectious bounce that makes you dance in the car on your ride home.

The action-packed event features a money heist where Quavo hangs from the ceiling Mission Impossible style. Takeoff gets his stab at the action as he saves Quavo from two security guards. The two seem to get away with the money before a beautiful woman double-crosses them and sets them up.

Migos are one of the biggest groups music has ever seen. Even with all the success, the Atlanta trio still pumps out music as if they are searching for their first hit. That consistency mixed with pure hit-making ability keeps them near the top. Migos are an integral part of Quality Control’s success as a label.

With the new Quality Control compilation project out, I’m excited to see what other visuals they decide to unleash. As for now, check out Migos’ “Frosted Flakes” below.

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Tee Bundy is founder of Diamond KUT LLC is a CEO, Blogger, Content and playlist creator from Harlem NY.

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