Atlanta rap group Migos is one of the hottest acts out right now. The new short film 'Bando' chronicles their rise in the rap game from their early days on the streets hustling to their recent success with the flossy track 'Versace.'

Directed and produced by Rik Cordero, the movie is inspired by Jay Z's 1998 flick 'Streets Is Watching.' Songs like 'Contraband,' 'Birds' and 'Bando' are featured in the short film.

“We had a different ambition, we had a different way and we always got money,” Quavo told Complex about the film. “We always trend set. And we had some people down. I was down. But we came back up all together and all together we winning. This is how it all started.”

Watch Migos' rags to riches story above.