The backdrop: an open floral box, with a huge, red roman numeral II in the center.

The stage floor: runway like and dipped in red.

Migos debuted a track from their new album, Culture II, at The Tonight Show staring Jimmy Fallon, on Thursday. It is the first song fans have heard from the sequel, besides their Hot 100 smash, “Motorsport.” This is the second time Quavo, Offset and Takeoff have served as the musical guest for Fallon’s tonight show. Last year, they performed both “Bad and Boujee” and “T-Shirt,” from their previous album, Culture. 

Dressed in designer clothing and extensive hockey-like jewelry, the group traded the center as each of their verses followed after one another. Quavo set the pace at the top of the performance with the chorus and his verse, while Offset and Takeoff brought the energy in their respective verses, to continue the momentum.

Will the Pharrell produced “Stir Fry,” become Culture II’s second single? With an album features Drake, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Gucci Mane and more, one can see why it was highly anticipated.

The Migos sound has flooded the airwaves this past year and a half, both as a group and on individual projects as well. They are not going anywhere and are here to stay. You can stream Culture II, on Apple Music, Tidal and Spotify. Check out the performance in the video below.