Migos teamed up with Buzzfeed‘s Tasty channel for what is arguably the most appropriate food-related video ever published online.
The two-time Grammy-nominated trio stopped by the Tasty kitchen to cook up a food storm, providing fans with visual food porn to accompany the banging sounds of their music.
Ironically, the Atlanta-based rappers cooked a stir fry while listening to their hit song “Stir Fry”.
Operating as a promotional tool for the chart-topping third album “Culture II”, the group’s culinary creation was packed in a traditional stir fry carryout box adorned with their album cover.
Migos’ collaboration with Tasty continues to showcase the group’s remarkable star power. After all, Tasty is the biggest franchise on Facebook, generating over 65 billion views since its inception in 2015 and reaching one of four Facebook users every month.
“Culture II” topped the charts in both Canada and the U.S., boosted by singles “MotorSport” and the aforementioned “Stir Fry”.