A couple of weeks after Migos' new album Culture II debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 200, the group is celebrating by way of reflecting on how far they've come.
Recently, the Atlanta trio partnered with TIDAL for a new documentary, which follows the group leading up to their sold-out album release show in New York City for their critically acclaimed album, 2017's Culture.
The film, which was directed by Charles Todd, begins with fans explaining what culture means to them, as well as calls on Coach K to narrate the journey.
"They didn't get skip any steps -- every step we had to go, we took. You can hear the pain, the soul in their voices," the Quality Control label head can be heard saying in the film.
Elsewhere in the film, Quavo, who recently won MVP at the 2018 NBA All-Star celebrity game, reflects on the hard work they consistently put in.
"We always work hard to win the championship, we don't practice for nothing," Quavo says in the film. "You better get down now, because history is in the making, and be a part of history."
Check out the full Culture documentary below, via TIDAL.