Migos Celebrated The Release Of ‘Culture II’ With A Casually Hype Late Night ‘Stir Fry’ Performance

Migos hit the Tonight Show stage to perform their hit single “Stir Fry,” from Culture II, the new album they released today. Turning the stage into a giant version of their album’s cover, Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset ripped through the high-energy song with a casual cool accentuated by strobe lights and smoke.

“Stir Fry” is the second single from Culture II after the Nicki Minaj and Cardi B-assisted “Motor Sport.” While Culture II was long-awaited and heavily-anticipated, it seems that Migos wasn’t idle in the year between their last release and this one. The album boasts a whopping 24-song tracklist for an accumulated 100 hours of runtime.

Somehow, even in the midst of recording all those songs for their group album, each member was able to churn out a collaborative effort with a non-Migo as well. Quavo hooked up with Houston’s Travis Scott for Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, while Offset created Without Warning alongside 21 Savage and Metro Boomin. Although it wasn’t released last year, Takeoff has a rumored collab with Lil Yachty on the way, which the latter previewed a track from on his Instagram Live.

With all that going on, it’s no wonder the trio’s late-night performance was a bit subdued. However, whether they were recovering from their seemingly endless schedule of touring and recording, or simply conserving energy to keep the gravy train rolling, the crowd loved it, and that’s all that really matters.