Migos are back with another cinematic video for their guitar-blaring, piano-driven banger “What the Price.” Once again, the ATL trio teamed up with DAPS - who has helmed the group’s previous visuals - and delivered an action-packed clip this time around.

In the video, Quavo, Offset and Takeoff play outlaws bikers who go to a hick town to close a drug deal. We see the trio hit the bar where they are being scoped out by nefarious patrons. Lucky for them, they have a female spy in the bar who warns Offset that the deal is a bust.

From there, a bar fight erupts with several hicks getting beer bottles cracked over their heads courtesy of the “Bad and Boujee” rappers. They leave the bar unscathed and ride off into the sunset. We also get to see Migos perform outside of a junkyard with abandoned cars strewn about as they live out their rockstar fantasies.

According to XXL, The group's Culture album already has over a billion total streams and has moved 600,000 copies in the U.S. The “What The Price” visual comes after the group’s platinum-certified hit “Bad and Boujee” and their 2-Chainz-assisted single "Deadz."