Kid Red Feat. Migos & Chris Brown
Fresh off his "Wrist" remix with Young Thug & Jeezy, Chris Brown decides to assist fellow West Coast artist Kid Red on his new single “Bounce” featuring Migos.
The Migos just announced an upcoming mixtape, No Label 3, and just like that, the trio has dropped off a gift in the form of a collab with Honorable C-Note. Seeing those names together on paper, one would expect nothing short of a banger, and while "Say Sum" is just that, it's a surprisingly melodic and romantic effort, verging on R&B.
Offset of Migos has teamed with Spiffy Global, who's quickly becoming a household name in the Atlanta production game, for a new solo banger: "Power Moves." Last week, Offset was arrested on charges of weed possession, and things weren't looking up considering his past record. No one from the Migos camp has confirmed that he's been freed, but Offset has been active on Instagram over the past few days, and hopefully "Power Moves" is evidence that he's back killing shit in the studio.
Migos fans received some potentially scary news last night, as Offset was arrested for driving with a suspended license and was taken back to jail. Luckily, he was released this morning, and in celebration of his quick (compared to last time) return, Migos have dropped a new track.
Bad Intentions (Remix)
Niykee Heaton Feat. Migos
Niykee Heaton has gone from Youtube sensation to recording artist over the past couple years, growing a monster fanbase strongly based off her Instagram thirst trap alone. Back in 2014, she broke out onto the scene with the release of her debut EP called Bad Intentions, which saw its title track get majority of the shine. Today, she decides to revisit that very record and give it the remix treatment with some help from ATL trio Migos.
A$AP Ferg Feat. Migos
ASAP Mob’s #WavyWednesdays are back today with a vengeance. Following last week’s “Hella Hoes” remix with Danny Brown & Aston Mathews, the Mob decides to liberate a new ASAP Ferg song tonight called “Trap Anthem” featuring Migos. You should already know what this one is about by the title alone. Take a listen to the new “trap anthem” and let us know what you think.
Key To The Streets
YFN Lucci Feat. Migos & Trouble
In November, YFN Lucci came through with one of his biggest tracks to date -- the definitive "YFN" anthem, produced by TM88. He's since been putting in work for his upcoming mixtape, Wish Me Well 2. Less than a week before the tape's February 16 release date, Lucci has dropped off another gem, "Key to the Streets" -- and this one features Migos as well as Trouble.
As expected, Migos came through a couple minutes after 8 PM last night and released their long awaited new mixtape Young Rich Niggas 2. Laced with 12 tracks in total, the follow up Back To The Bando comes with no features and production credits from the likes of Wheezy, Murda Beatz, Dun Deal, Zaytoven, and more.
Migos & Young Thug Feat. Skippa Da Flippa
Migos are finally all back together, and they're not wasting any time. After announcing their Migos Thuggin joint mixtape with Young Thug, they announced this past week a set of "Dab" tour dates alongside their Quality Control counterparts, as well as another new mixtape, YRN 2, for a January 18th release.
Look At My Dab (Remix)
Diplo & Bad Royale
Diplo is best known for his electronic face-melters, but he has always kept one foot in the realm of hip hop. Today, he shares a remix of Migos dab anthem "Look at My Dab," that he worked on in collaboration with production team Bad Royale. "Look At My Dab" originally appeared on Migos' recent mixtape Back to the Bando and has since starred in a number of Cam Newton dabbing Vines.
DJ Funky Feat. Akon, Migos & Solo Lucci
Akon hasn't put out an album since 2008. He's allegedly working towards a 5-disc, 5-genre studio album called Stadium, but he seems more preoccupied with his grand plan to bring electricity to 600 million Africans. The Senegalese hook maestro took a break from that lofty endeavor to appear on a new track from DJ Funky called "Whole Lot."
Offset finally got out of jail on Friday and proceeded to drop a surprisingly lit solo track the next called "First Day Out." Now that they are reunited, Migos drop their first track as a trio, a low-key banger by the name of "Case Closed." Basically it's the story of the now infamous concert at Georgia Southern that got
First Day Out
Yesterday (Dec. 4), Offset was finally released from jail after serving over 7 months. While Quavo and Takeoff certainly held their own during his absence, the Migos aren't the Migos without Offset.
Story Of YRN
As we reported yesterday with the release of "I Told You," it appears Migos have a new joint project on the way with producer Dee Money called Migo Money (which has yet to be confirmed by them however). Nonetheless, Dee Money continues to push the project as it's coming soon as today he returns with the second offering from it called "Story Of YRN."
I Told You
If the past 48 hours haven’t been packed with enough music for you, we got more where that comes. Producer DeeMoney decides to join the #BlackFriday fun and release a new collab with Migos called “I Told You.” The collab is reportedly off an upcoming joint project between the two parties called Migo Money. However, with Migos Thuggin still reportedly in the works, who knows if this joint collab is indeed true, let alone when we’ll hear it. Either way, new music from Migos is always welcomed.
South Florida's teenage sensation Kodak Black is back with a new remix to a Migos track. Black has dropped a handful of buzzing tracks this year, including "SKRT," to which Drake was vibing out on Instagram last month.
Alchemist Feat. Mac Miller & Migos
After a slight warning from Mac Miller earlier, producer Alchemist decides to come through and share a new track on his soundcloud page tonight that he cooked up with the Pittsburgh rapper & Migos called "Jabroni."
Pipe It Up (Remix)
Slim Jxxmi, one half of Rae Sremmurd, has come through with another big-time remix. He began dropping solo remixes last month, first taking on Wiz Khalifa's "Burn Slow," which happened to originally feature his younger brother, Swae Lee.
Choices (Yup) (Remix)
E-40 Feat. Migos & Rick Ross
E-40's "Choices" is his biggest hit in some time, and just about everybody wants to get involved in it. He already shared the cameo-heavy video, but now he's delivered four separate remixes of the track ("Choices," get it?). The collaborators have been carefully curated, with complimentary artists getting paired accordingly. There's the melodic crossover (Kid Ink and French Monatana), the old head mix (50 Cent and Snoop Dogg), and the Houston tribute (Z-Ro, Kirkoo Bangz and Slim Thug).
Timbaland Feat. Migos
It is immediately clear within the first half-second that Timbaland's new single "These Jeans" feat. Migos is prime party cut. It sounds like Timbaland sampled the bass line from Rich Homie Quan's ultra-infectious smash "Flex," a Nitti Beatz production. Put this on at your next function and its guaranteed to have the ladies flocking to the dance floor.