“In the kitchen, wrist twistin’ like a stir fry.” Honestly, “Stir Fry” is on par with what I’d expect from a collaboration between Pharrell and Migos. Quavo, Offset and Takeoff supply a catchy chorus and their signature cadences. Pharrell supplies crisp percussion and lush chords from behind the boards. Look for Culture II to release in . . .
Migos gets the Culture II ball rolling with “MotorSport” There has been a lot of questioning about when Cardi B and Nicki Minaj would land on the same song. The time is now as Migos links with them on “MotorSport.” Its a major way to start the campaign for Culture II. Stream the Murda Beatz & Cu . . .
AbJo is no rookie in the remix game, but the West Coast producer continues to find ways to keep things fresh on his latest project, The Art Of Refixing V.4. He uses his unique vision and polished skillset to make all ten of the remixes on this project pop. Kanye West, Jay Z, Migos, Outkast, . . .
Shlohmo is probably most known for his work with Jeremih, but he’s been in the game for years, crafting syrupy concoctions and dropping attention grabbing remixes. He makes his mark once more with Vol. XXVII of his “For Tha Summer” mix, which features remixes of everything from Mobb Deep‘s “Shook Ones, Pt. II” to Soulja . . .
2 Chainz hit fans with his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album last Friday. He’s back with Migos to drop the music video for “Blue Cheese.” Beautiful models strut their stuff to a catchy Migos hook. They went from rags to riches, indeed. All members of this production seem to be having the time of their . . .
Your favorite trio of anthem makers, Migos, is back with an infectious track called “Seize The Block” that serves as their contribution to the Fate Of The Furious soundtrack. The movie releases tomorrow. The soundtrack will include guest features from the likes of Young Thug, Kehlani, Travis Scott, Wiz Khalifa, Kodak Black, and Ty Dolla . . .
Sometimes, subtle changes can make a huge difference. Such is the case with Shintaro and Uki‘s remix of Migos‘s “T-Shirt,” a song that has been inescapable in recent weeks. The two producers flipped the percussion to give the infectious record a new feel. Stream Shintaro and Uki’s afro flip of Migos’s “T-Shirt” below.
Watch the “What The Price” video from Migos Migos drop another epic video from the CULTURE album. “What The Price” finds the Atlanta trio rocking out with Zaytoven in the woods where they met up with Paper Boi on Atlanta, getting into a bar brawl, and Offset finessing to end up with the leading lady . . .
Multiple eras and different regional influences collide on “D’s Up,” a new track by Juelz Santana featuring Migos and Jim Jones. Things mesh a lot better than some would expect, as they trade bars over sharp percussion. Word on the street is that Juelz has a lot up his sleeves for 2017. Let’s stay tuned. . . .
Mike WiLL Made It has another banger on his hands in the form of the bass-heavy “Gucci On My,” which features appearances from 21 Savage, YG, and Migos. Look for Mike’s Ransom 2 project to release at some point this month, and expect this record to garner a lot of attention. Stream “Gucci On My” . . .
Scottish producer/DJ Calvin Harris teased “Slide” for a few days, but the time has finally come for its release. The single, which features appearances from Frank Ocean and Migos, is his first release since his 2016 album, Endless and Blonde. The song feels like a warm summer breeze. Frank’s vocals float over Calvin’s production, while . . .
My gut reaction to any perceived attack on black folks is protection. Even at the expense of my own mental and emotional well-being. That’s what I felt when I first read what the members of, currently, one of my favorite hip-hop groups Migos had to say in response to fellow rapper Makonnen’s coming out in . . .
A few months ago, footage of Migos in the studio working on a jingle for their new rap snacks, “Dab of Ranch,” surfaced. In the video, Takeoff introduces the snacks then Quavo steals the spotlight and starts rapping with extreme enthusiasm. Even though I thought it would never be a real song, I was wrong. . . .
The long awaited, heavily anticipated Culture album from Migos is here. It’s a 13 track effort with lead singles like “Bad and Boujee” featuring Lil Uzi Vert, “T Shirt“, and “What The Price.” Enjoy appearances from DJ Khaled, Lil Uzi Vert, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, and Travis Scott. Stream Culture below and download your own copy of the LP . . .
Migos are inching closer and closer to their debut album release. Now, they share their new single, “What The Price.” They serve trap ballad flare laced with electric guitar licks and low passed paino keys. Listen below and pre-order Culture via iTunes before it arrives on January 27th.