Last year, fans were petitioning to get Quavo to sing the national anthem. While the idea got shot down, Quavo did say he'd be interested in re-writing it in some capacity. The Migos rapper said if he re-wrote the anthem, he'd make it more inclusive for all races and genders. While the idea of it is brilliant, there's yet to be any indications that this is a serious idea to come into fruition. That is until today.

Quavo shared a short clip today in honor of MLK Day. The video consists of old footage of Martin Luther King Jr. rallying. However, the clip itself is dubbed with some new music from Quavo. The rapper captioned the clip, "C U L T U R E N A T I O N A L A N T H E M Happy Bday M L K C U L T U R E I I." So it may end up on Migos' highly anticipated forthcoming project.

"Can you see my people pray?/ Take a knee/ We don't need stripes/ We got bright stars/ We gon' still fight for that race card," he sings on the track.

While this may be the latest piece of information pertaining to Culture II, Quavo is still fresh off of releasing Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho with Travis Scott. The two of them just hit the Jimmy Kimmel stage alongside Takeoff last week to perform "Eye 2 Eye."

Check the clip below.