Migos are “Superstars” and You Can’t Deny It

Are they really The Beatles of this generation?

MIGOS SUPERSTARS CULTURE II
David Rams

It’s apparent that the Migos are “Superstars” at this point. They’re the most captivating rap group in the music industry right now, and have already been donned as “The Beatles of this generation.” They boast their accomplishments proudly in their last single.

In preparation for Culture II, the rap trio shares a new spacey Honorable C Note-produced cut from their forthcoming studio album. With this release, it marks as the third official single from the project. It follows the Cardi B & Nicki Minaj-assisted “Motor Sport” and 2018 NBA All Star Weekend anthem “Stir Fry.”

Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff recently sat down with Beats 1 host Ebro Darden to discuss everything Culture II and their Grammy nominations. “It’s our time to take that Grammy home,” Quavo said. “Everybody has shown what they can do. I’m not knocking the people that we running up against or nothing.”

Migos are nominated for Best Rap Album at the 2018 Grammy Awards. The group’s signature “Bad and Boujee” track is also up for Best Rap Performance.