A year after Young Rich N*ggas announced Atlanta rap trio Migos’ ascent with triple flows and high energy dropped upon ratcheted up bass lines and drums, they returned with No Label 2, which may literally go down as the tape that proved that Migos wasn’t a transient entity. “She Don’t Wanna Be A Freak No More”, “Fight Night” and now “Handsome And Wealthy”.

The latter of that trio now has a video and it does nothing visually to change who Migos are as a collective. They make music for a vacuum, to be enjoyed in certain moments and spaces. Where else would you jam “Handsome And Wealthy,” a board room? Nope, Migos is strictly specific in the arenas they perform in — clubs where their sound effectively parlays into rowdy reaction and success.