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The Migos Flow Sounds Amazing Over an Orchestra: See "Hannah Montana"

It's the first of three classically aided performances the Atlanta rap group recorded

There's a good chance you got into Atlanta's Migos from "Hannah Montana," the 2013 track full of the trio's now-patented flow.

Now the Yung Rich Nation album is 10 days tiny away, and our early present is a "trap symphony" edition of "Hannah Montana" backed by a nine-piece classic orchestra. Watch the clip above, as premiered by FADER. They note this is "the first video from a three song suite that will be released soon." Fingers crossed for that Drake remix of "Versace," with an appearance by Aubrey.

The best non-rapping moment in the clip is definitely when the interviewer checks to see if a classical musician, naturally a fan of Beethoven, is down with ATL producer Zaytoven (FutureGucci ManeJeezy). She has no idea.

"We been influenced by all different types of music," Migos told FADER. "People think of Migos and think of one type of music, but we gonna do it all." Perfect.

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