The yet-to-be-released "GNF" debuted live at Scott's hometown Astroworld Festival, which took place last November at Houston's NRG Park.
While fans have been waiting patiently for the studio version, Migos recently let slip that "GNF" will hit streaming platforms just in time for Valentine's Day on February 14.
Canadian producer and DJ Murda Beatz was on production duties on "GNF," whose title stands for "Give No Fxk."
The 25-year-old hitmaker has previously collaborated with Migos on 2017's star-dubbed hit "Motorsport," and with Travis Scott on 2017's "Butterfly Effect."
"GNF" will likely appear on Migos' forthcoming fourth studio album, which is rumored to be titled "Culture III."
Details about the much-anticipated follow-up to 2018's "Culture II" are still scarce to this date, although Quavo teased a "prolific" album last December.
"I'm excited about the Migos project. We dropping that next year. We haven't dropped in two years. We haven't had anything out since 'Pure Water.' I feel like it's more about Migos that y'all don't know yet. And I feel like this album is going to be prolific. I feel like this album is going to be the album to do it. And I think it's Culture III, but I don't know. I think we may change the chapter," he told Business Insider at the time.
While Migos are gearing towards the release of their next studio opus, Young Thug dropped his debut album, "So Much Fun" back in August.
The Atlanta rapper is currently working on his sophomore project, "Punk," which he described to Fader as "most definitely touching music."
"It's music that the world is going to embrace. [‘Punk'] means brave, not self centered, conscious. Very, very neglected, very misunderstood. Very patient, very authentic," he added.
Meanwhile, Travis Scott will headline the 2020 edition of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 11 and 18, alongside Frank Ocean and Rage Against the Machine.