Live Vicariously Through Migos’ New Video For “Call Casting”, Shot in Nigeria

Giraffes, and zebras, and trap, oh my!

Jan 3 2017, 2:56pm

This article originally appeared on Noisey UK. 

Yeah alright you're back to work this morning and you're fairly pissed off and you're determined to spend the entire day sighing because you've had to get dressed in something that isn't an adult onesie—I know, I feel you. So really, a new Migos video, which features them chilling hardstyle in Nigeria, couldn't really have come at a better time: watch it and mentally extend your holiday. Live vicariously through your pals Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset.

Premiered via WSHH yesterday, the video for the swaggering "Call Casting," which will appear on the group's upcoming album, Culture, features footage of the Atlanta trio hanging out in Lagos, Nigeria (where they recently travelled to play a concert on behalf of a local radio station) interspersed with some local scenery and wildlife.

If it's first day back escapism you're after, look no further—play this on a loop for a while and soon you'll be far away from that desk. In your mind, that is. In reality you're there for, oh, next 40 years at least.

Watch the "Call Casting" video below:

(Image via YouTube)