Migos Talk "Rich Nigga Timeline" Concept And Beatles Comparisons

Posted by , Nov 17, 2014 at 01:00pm

We catch up with Migos to get the scoop on the concept behind "Rich Nigga Timeline" and their thoughts on all the Beatles comparisons.


Migos are currently riding high after dropping their third official mixtape, Rich Nigga Timeline, and recently we caught up with the Quality Control trio to chop it up about the project.

Speaking on the tape's concept, Quavo said:

"We ain't wanna do sequence, but we wanna stay rich and we wanna stay young, and we really ain't never just told y'all where we came from and showed y'all where we started. We always just hit y'all with the swag and the trendsetting stuff, so this time, it's Rich Nigga Timeline, showing you where we came from."

The three members then reveled their personal favorites on the tape. Offset's is "Hit Em," Quavo's is "Wishy Washy" and Takeoff's is "Pop That,"

Then, after our host points out that their recent release of the "Bando" film parallels The Beatles' third album and film, A Hard Day's Night, the Migo gang clear up all of the comparisons to the4 Fab Four that they've been receiving. Quavo, for one, likes them. "History repeats itself," he said, "so you might be looking at the new young Beatles in the flesh."

We catch up with Migos to get the scoop on the concept behind "Rich Nigga Timeline" and their thoughts on all the Beatles comparisons.

Migos are currently riding high after dropping their third official mixtape, Rich Nigga Timeline, and recently we caught up with the Quality Control trio to chop it up about the project.

Speaking on the tape's concept, Quavo said:

"We ain't wanna do sequence, but we wanna stay rich and we wanna stay young, and we really ain't never just told y'all where we came from and showed y'all where we started. We always just hit y'all with the swag and the trendsetting stuff, so this time, it's Rich Nigga Timeline, showing you where we came from."

The three members then reveled their personal favorites on the tape. Offset's is "Hit Em," Quavo's is "Wishy Washy" and Takeoff's is "Pop That,"

Then, after our host points out that their recent release of the "Bando" film parallels The Beatles' third album and film, A Hard Day's Night, the Migo gang clear up all of the comparisons to the4 Fab Four that they've been receiving. Quavo, for one, likes them. "History repeats itself," he said, "so you might be looking at the new young Beatles in the flesh."

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