Quavo has performed a Nonsense Karaoke version of Lil Jon‘s “Get Low” — and as you’d expect, it sounds like nonsense.

The former Migos member was asked to perform the bizarre rendition of the Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz 2002 smash while a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and he gave a fully committed performance of the song’s nonsensical revamp.

Pickle brine, tastes like wine, straightening my teeth with Invisalign, jello, jello, jello, jello, jello, jello,” Quavo rapped. “I bought a kindle at the mall, belly flop’d Niagra falls, read a book penned by Roald Dahl, we all gotta retweet Chris Tucker, we all gotta retweet Jon Hamm.

Check out Quavo’s rendition of the crunk classic below:

The original “Get Low” served as Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz’s debut single, which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The track, which also features Ying Yang Twins, was known as the breakthrough song for the crunk genre.

The lighthearted moment comes after a few difficult months for Quavo. His nephew and former Migos rhyme partner TakeOff was shot and killed outside a Houston bowling alley on November 1. According to police, the 28-year-old rapper was an innocent bystander to a dice game involving Quavo and other men, which escalated into an argument and before shots were fired.

Prior to TakeOff’s murder, relations had begun to strain between Quavo and Offset. Then according to TMZthe pair brawled backstage at this year’s Grammys after Quavo refused to let Offset share the stage with him for his performance of “Without You” during the ceremony’s “In Memorium” segment. All involved parties have denied that any fight occurred.

On the music side of things, Huncho released a new song called “Greatness” in February, and on the track celebrated the cultural impact of the Migos while admitting that TakeOff’s death also meant the death of the group.

Offset Is Still Struggling To Process TakeOff’s Death: ‘Shit Not Easy’

Offset Is Still Struggling To Process TakeOff’s Death: ‘Shit Not Easy’

“Came in, swept the game like a storm with the muthafuckin’ flow, n-gga, Take did that/ So don’t ask about the group, he gone, we gone, young n-gga it can’t come back, damn!” Quavo raps.

The song’s accompanying video shows the Georgia native watching old footage of him and TakeOff on TV inside his mansion, while also flexing his jewelry, cars and basketball skills.

While it’s unclear when relations began to sour between the group, Quavo implied that disloyalty was to blame on Offset’s part during an interview on the Big Facts podcast last October.

“We stand on real deal loyalty, and sometimes that shit ain’t displayed,” he said at the time. “This ain’t got nothing to do with no label, no paperwork, no [Quality Control Music], nothing. This got something to do with the three brothers. And shit, it is what it is. Right now, we gon’ be the duo ’til time tell.”