Record Label: 300 Entertainment
Limited to 1,000 copies worldwide, exclusive to Fat Beats.
It feels like Migos have been around for ages, but it was Only October 2013 when the Atlanta trio broke out with “Versace”. 2016 brought their most definitive statement yet in Culture, an album that you certainly heard (and will continue hearing) even if you haven’t sought it out. Combining a larger-than-life sound with their signature triplet flow, tracks like “Bad and Boujee”, “T-Shirt” and “Kelly Price” have been ubiquitous of late and the trio has taken their rightful place at the pinnacle of the rap world. It’s hard to say whether the masses expected greatness from the energizing trio but they’ve taken full advantage of the opportunity at hand.