Migos Songs

  • Go Away (Remix)
    Go Away (Remix)
    Last month, we had the pleasure of premiering a remix of Chief Keef's infectious anthem "Faneto" by Orlando native Woop, and today, he drops a new track featuring none other than Migos. Check out his remixed version of "Go Away" below.
  • Ice Cream
    Ice Cream
    Gucci Mane takes his love for all things cold and puts its on wax with the collaboration "Ice Cream" featuring Migos. He's already plastered an ice cream cone on his face, so we definitely knew it was real. The song has flute-riddled yet still somehow still trap production from Zaytoven (that's definitely something only Zaytoven can do). The song is short but sweet, with Migos on the hook singing about Mr. Ice Cream Man, and GuWop closing it out with his verse.
  • Rollin
    Rollin
    With 25 tracks, Soulja Boy's recent Swag The Mixtape was ambitious to say the least. It featured features from Migos and Ca$h Out among other notable names but perhaps the best song on the entire tape was "Rollin," featuring Chief Keef. Young Chop is in classic form here with some melodic yet trapalicious production, and Keef handles both the chorus and the first verse.
  • Yeen Heard
    Yeen Heard
    Soulja Boy was one of the earliest adopters of both the Migos feature and the Migos flow, and his brand new Zaytoven-produced record, "Yeen Heard" reunites him with the hitmaking trio. Soulja proved that he's still owning the same swag rap lane he's held for the last 5 or so years, releasing Swag: The Mixtape yesterday, on which this track appears.
  • Scooby & Shaggy
    Scooby & Shaggy
    DJ Clue's new tape Banned From CD 2015 features a variety of bangers and none greater than the hilariously titled "Scooby & Shaggy" by Migos. The song's premise is explained on the chorus: "I took his bitch, he mad at me. It was a mystery, Scooby Doo and Shaggy!"
  • Basic Bitch
    Basic Bitch
    DJ Clue's new mixtape, Banned From CD 2015, is full of gems, such as Drake's Fetty Wap remix, but as far as the unreleased cuts go, this Meek Mill and Migos collab immediately stands out. Surprisingly, on "Basic Bitch," Meek takes the hook duty, and each member of Migos impresses with his own verse, including the recently incarcerated Offset, who presumably recorded this before he was jailed. 
  • Moses
    Moses
    French Montana's new tape has such an eclectic guest list that there's truly something for everyone on Casino Life 2: Paper Bag Legend. For the ATL fans and Chris Brown apologists among you, there's "Moses," a gargantuan record produced by the formidable team of Southside, 808 Mafia and DJ Spinz.
  • Stankin'
    Stankin'
    Migos have truly mastered the ATL pop-rap formula, but it's a technique that predates the group by a longshot. Trinidad James (also far from the creator or the catchy 3-minute street rap record) hit the sweet spot with "All Gold Everything" a couple years back, so it shouldn't come as a surprise to see his name come up on their new track, "Stankin".Migos' nimble triplet flows dance around a twisting synth line, before James slows it down for a more restrained, but equally catchy verse. The song appears on the just-released Warm-Up Vol. 1 compilation tape.
  • Whip It (Remix)
    Whip It (Remix)
    Originally listed as a freestyle on Drink More Water 4, iLoveMakonnen's "Whip It" just got a whole lot crazier. Adding Migos and Rich the Kid to the mix, Makonnen turns, to borrow a phrase from his own "21st Street," this song into a single. We get new verses from Quavo, Offset, Takeoff and Rich The Kid, and perhaps most importantly, a hearty smattering of Migos' famous "whip!" ad-libs.
  • Lotta Respect
    Lotta Respect
    Boosie Badazz's surprise new mixtape Every Ghetto Every City Vol. 1 serves primarily to give shine to the lesser-known members of Boosie's Bad Azz Music Syndicate -- B. Wil, J Dre, Juicy, Lee Banks, Money Bagz, OG Dre, and J Day.
  • People's Elbow
    People's Elbow
    Migos just announced the June 16 release date for their much-hyped debut album YRN Tha Album, which will feature spots from Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, and Chris Brown. While we wait, though, continue to expect essential non-album cuts like this one, "People's Elbow". 
  • Shmoney Never Stop
    Shmoney Never Stop
    As planned, the ATL trio of Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff released their new mixtape on Wednesday night called Migo Lingo. Acting more as a compilation for the Quality Control label, the 18-track project features guest appearances from non-labelmates Rich Homie Quan, Bobby Shmurda, and Rowdy Rebel.
  • Goin Down
    Goin Down
    Yung Joc's "It's Goin Down" has already graduated to the class of rap's greatest one hit wonders, so it makes sense that Migos-- who were almost labeled as such, before staunchly shutting naysayers down --would interpolate it. The trio are getting ready to drop their Migo Lingo mixtape later tonight, and have served up a new record for fans to preview while they await the impending release.
  • Who Want It
    Who Want It
    Jose Guapo continues to keep the content moving. After hitting us with the track “Never Been A Lame” a few weeks back, the Chicago emcee decides to come through today and share another new one for us titled “Who Want It” featuring the Migos.
  • Mr. Miyagi
    Mr. Miyagi
    Migos make an appearance on the Zaytoven and Cassius Jay-produced album Finesse: The Soundtrack. Although the album hit the internet about a week ago, today the Migos-featured "Mr. Miyagi" is making its way across the e-streets. There's nothing out of the norm on this bouncy cut (produced by Zaytoven and Cassius Jay, obviously). Quavos, Takeoff and Offset somehow draw parallels between the karate master Mr. Miyagi and the way they work their wrist in the kitchen.
  • Yeah
    Yeah
    Young Greatness is the newest signee to the Migos-helmed QC Tha Label, outsourced from New Orleans to join their Atlanta-heavy roster. Today, the rapper has shared his new song, which features Quavo on the hook (a proven formula), and cribs the flow from Juvenile's "Back That Azz Up" (yet another proven formula). 
  • Falisha
    Falisha
    After tearing up the streets and the charts with hits like "Versace" and "Fight Night" and gaining notoriety with mixtapes like Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas) and No Label 2, Migos are finally ready to drop their debut album, Y.R.N.: The Album. The first offering from the project came last week (check it out here if you haven't already) and now its follow-up comes today.
  • One Time
    One Time
    After visiting the Eiffel Tower and clearing out coffee shops in Amsterdam, Migos are back in the studio, and they've already had a prolific 2015.
  • Trap Queen (Remix)
    Trap Queen (Remix)
    Migos have ruled the world of street-approved pop-rap over the last year or so, but Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen" managed to sneak into radio rotation despite the trio's dominance, and the record is easily as infectious as the likes of "Fight Night" and "Handsome & Wealthy". Apparently, Quavo agrees, as he's decided to add a verse to Wap's banger, sliding in with some slick auto-tuned melodies that compliment the song perfectly.
  • What You Talmbout
    What You Talmbout
    Along with Migos and Bobby Shmurda appearing on the Shmigo Gang mixtape, we can also expect appearances from Rich The Kid, Rowdy Rebel and Migo Domingo. Today we get the first two cuts off the tape, which include Migos' "Computers (Freestyle)" and this contribution from Rich, "What You Talmbout" produced by Murda. As with "Computers", Bobby Shmurda pops up here to send a message from jail on the intro.
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