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Most didn’t know what Migos would become following the fanfare around their Drake-assisted hit, “Versace,” but the Georgia crew have carved a lane for themselves in the months since the aforementioned remix debuted with a string of street heaters. Their latest release is a visual for their football-turned-trap metaphor, “Emmitt Smith.”

Look at Migos, and tell us if you see any NFL potential. Nevertheless, Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset take their talents and understanding for the game to the field. Rather than play a game of two hand touch, the trio spits their rhymes as a team of thick women play a little pigskin on the turf.

“Emmitt Smith” appears on Migos’ most recent mixtape, No Label 2. On it, fans will find a whopping 25-tracks produced by Zaytoven, Metro Boomin, Honorable C Note, and more. Peep the Gabriel Hart-directed video for “Emmitt Smith” below.

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