Migos stock is at an all-time high. But before the trio proceeds with the rollout of his hotly anticipated sophomore album CULTURE, it takes a brief detour to release "I Can," a new collaboration with Atlanta riser Hoodrich Pablo Juan.
Produced by DJ Spinz and Honorable C.N.O.T.E., "I Can" is the 2017 edition of Nas' 2003 song of the same name. It is a testament to the power of self-affirmation: Migos and Pablo Juan tell themselves they will one day be rich beyond their wildest dreams.
Listen and keep an ear peeled for Quavo's Zach Randolph shoutout.
"I can, I can, I can, I will, I am gon' count up them bands
I bought a brand new timepiece and it came with a bad bitch's pants
I bought a pyrex pot, put it next to my wrist and I looked at it dance
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