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2017 was another banner year for Migos, the Georgia-based hip-hop group responsible for teaching your grandma about dabbing with their appearances on Ellen, The Tonight Show, and Live With Jimmy Kimmel!. And the multi-platinum trio is looking to maintain its dominance in 2018, starting the year with the release of Culture II, the followup to last year’s Culture, which spawned the mega-hit single “Bad And Boujee” along with the slightly less ubiquitous, but still extremely popular, “Slippery” and “T-Shirt.”

A few weeks back, Migos premiered the second single off of Culture II, “Stir Fry,” a track that, while significantly more laid back than their early, high-tempo trap work, is just as infectious. If the track follows the trajectory of “Bad And Boujee,” we expect to hear it blasting out of every open car window in Chicago come spring. Culture II is out January 26; you can see the album art, and hear “Stir Fry,” below.