Migos took advantage of their recent trip to Africa, flipping the footage into a video for their track "Call Casting."

Between shots of nature and the native people, Takeoff, Offset and Quavo post up, taking in the local scenery, while smoking, sipping out of double cups and rapping for the camera.

"Put the backends in the back (Back)/Draco on me, it's attached (Attached)/Name a nigga with the pack (Pack)/Name a nigga with the sack (Sack)/I love my Glock, I got the Mac (Mac)/She eat the Molly like a snack/It's gold on my nickle plate/Bando Shane's rib shack (Eat it up)/Bought the plug, give it tax (Tax)/Sip the lean and relax (Drink it up)/Park the Lamb in the back (Skrt, skrt)/Big dog, you a cat," Takeoff spits.

The Atlanta rap group's recent jaunt to The Mother Land seems like it was a productive one. Shortly before Christmas, footage surfaced of the trio performing their hit single "Bad and Boujee" in Nigeria. The crowd is going absolutely bonkers as they rap in unison to banger.

With no concrete release date for their upcoming album Culture, fans have been waiting with bated breath for any sign. A couple weeks ago, the group previewed music off the album on Quavo's Instagram page.

In the clip, the Migos members are posted up on a street at night. Takeoff raps, “Spent an M and M in June/Took a trip to Cancun/Culture album coming soon.” The video is captioned, “C O M I N G S O O N…”

Watch the "Call Casting" video, above.

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