Migos Light Things Up in New "Too Hotty" Video

Off the “Quality Control” compilation.

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After releasing the track back in May as part of the “Quality Control” compilation, the three members of the Migos have shared the visuals for “Too Hotty.” Written in reference to former WWE superstar Scotty 2 Hotty, the track was removed from SoundCloud a few days after its initial release and has since been re-released onto streaming services such as iTunes and Spotify.

The video shows Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff turning up on a construction site, using saws and blowtorches as props to light things up. Directed by Daps and Migos themselves, the video continues to show the three members trade verses over the instrumental. Watch the full video above and be sure to check out the Migos team up with Gucci Mane for the “I Get the Bag” video.

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