Migos’ sophomore effort features 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Lil Uzi Vert, Travis Scott & DJ Khaled.

Migos’ initial wave beginning with “Hannah Montana” and “Versace” introduced them to the country. A string of successful singles with “Fight Night” and “Handsome & Wealthy” should have propelled their Yung Rich Nation album to commercial success. Only, the opposite happened. The album was considered a dud and the trio went through a bit of pains. Offset spent much of 2015 in and out of county jail, leaving Takeoff & Quavo to spread out.

The results came swift. Before the Migos became whole again, both Takeoff & Quavo starred on guest verses. Once the group became whole again, they slowly began building for their sophomore album. As fate would have it, C U L T U R E arrives as the group is as hot as ever. No Drake co-sign would be around this time. Migos had sustained themselves after the world had begun writing them off as beneficiaries of a “stimulus package”. “Bad And Boujee” arrived last October and slowly ran its way up to ubiquitous status. It’s the No. 1 song in the country. Donald Glover shouted them out at the Golden Globes. They’ve been profiled by the New York Times. They’ve given us the dab and then some. If hip-hop culture at the moment is Atlanta, Migos are at the forefront of it.

C U L T U R E, their sophomore album features 13 tracks. Guest features include DJ Khaled, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane & Lil Uzi Vert. Stream it below via Apple Music and purchase the album on iTunes.

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