Migos are a national treasure.
Migos arrived on the scene in summer 2013 with “Versace” and nothing was the same.
Features with One Direction guys are cool and all, but I think we can all agree we’d rather have Culture 2 than any more Quavo pop songs.
I guess 19-year-olds aren’t supposed to say Migos and Future are real hip-hop and high schoolers aren’t supposed to have shoe deals.
After last week’s hip-hop centric review list, I got some weird shit for you this week.
Hailing from Chengdu, the Higher Brothers are looking like the Chinese version of Migos.
Funk Wav Bounces is far from a hip-hop record, it’s dance music, but each track hosts a litany of features from the most poppin’ artists in hip-hop.
You think you shinin’, huh? Well, you’re not because Quavo is stuntin’ on all of us.
Joe Budden was really out here wildin’ and Migos was ready to scrap.
Migos fans were convinced the ATL trio were about to split up and go their separate ways.