Migos Songs

  • Bitch Dab
    Bitch Dab
    Dabbing is about to takeover. The dance move has been bubbling in Atlanta, and the ATLiens are bringing it around the world, thanks to the presence of platforms like Vine. Recently, we had Rich The Kid give us a tutorial on how exactly to dab, so there are no excuses for not be apart of the dab movement (watch that below). On Migos' new leak, off their forthcoming project Back to the Bando, they explain that dabbing is not only a dance move, but a way of life-- dabbing is all-encompassing. P.S. you should stop saying "swag" immediately.
  • Loco
    Loco
    It seems as though Migos did a pretty serious session with Mally Mall, showing up on a couple of his recent tracks. Here they get on a DJ Mustard beat, which sticks with his proven formula. At this point, it's not hard to make a hit with those factors intact, which makes for a good foundation for Mally Mall and rap veteran Mr. Capone-E. 
  • What A Feeling
    What A Feeling
    It's now just eight days until Migos drop their debut album, Yung Rich Nation, and another cut has leaked out. Following "Pipe It Up" and "Recognize," here's the Zaytoven produced "What A Feeling."
  • Can't Believe
    Can't Believe
    Orlando-based singer Young Egypt has been putting in work with Migos recently, teaming up with the ATL rappers on Mally Mall's "If It Wasn't" this week, and today joining them once again on his own track, "Can't Believe". This one features a bouncy West Coast beat, which gives Quavo and Takeoff plenty of room to switch in and out of some animated rap flows, and a little bit of auto-tuned crooning.
  • If It Wasn't
    If It Wasn't
    Quavo is the resident R&B singer of the Migos, and he's being recruited more and more for his melodies before his triplet flows. His latest feature comes on a Mally Mall joint, which is primarily headed nby up-and-coming singer Young Egypt. While Quavo has a far less conventional style of singing, he definitely steals the show, but the two also exhibit some interesting back-and-forth hooks.
  • Actavis
    Actavis
    Soulja Boy shares new single "Actavis" feat. Migos, which will appear on his forthcoming album King Soulja 4. Soulja and Migos are here for a brand new lean anthem, letting you know that Tussin is no longer the way to go, now it's all about that Actavis. What are the odds they weren't sipping Actavis when they recorded this song? 100:1? Regardless they should get in touch with Actavis about a sponsorship deal.
  • Luv In It
    Luv In It
    Verse Simmonds has had quite the July thus far, appearing on Gucci Mane's "Ass Everywhere" and Rico Richie's "Both Ways" and also releasing his own "All I
  • Recognize
    Recognize
    Is the HNHH audience starting to turn on the Migos trio? The three Atlanta rappers were once a guaranteed-VERY HOTTTTT rating from our extremely critical troll-loving audience, but more recently we've seen Quavo, Offset and Takeoff on a downward-spiral when it comes to the user-ratings of their recent releases. What's going on, guys?
  • Pipe It Up
    Pipe It Up
    Migos long-awaited debut LP, YRN: Tha Album, is out at the end of the month, and while we're still consistently hearing new music from the trio, there's only been two records released from the project so far.
  • Everybody On The Floor
    Everybody On The Floor
    The Game's Documentary 2 is on the horizon, and every update we get, the album seems to be more varied. We already know that Drake, Dej Loaf, Timbaland, Dr. Dre, Pharrell, and Scott Storch will be involved, and today, a collaboration with Migos has emerged, ensuring that Game has his Atlanta bases covered as well.
  • Real Street Nigga
    Real Street Nigga
    With YRN: Tha Album still set to arrive on July 31st, Migos continue to drop off random cuts for the helluva it in preparation. Following releases like “Pretty Little Lady”, “John Wick”, and “Follow My Drippin”, the ATL trio decide return today with yet another new one for the “Real Street Nigga”.
  • Follow My Drippin
    Follow My Drippin
    Your introduction to Sauce Walka was likely "Too Legitted To Quitted," a song, which despite coming from Houston, was heavily indebted to Atlanta trio, Migos. Naturally Walka and fellow H-Town rapper, Sosamann, have linked with Quavo and the gang recently, recording a couple of tracks together, the most recent being today's "Follow My Drippin".
  • Pretty Little Lady
    Pretty Little Lady
    Along with “John Wick”, Migos decided to release another new track on Friday night called “Pretty Little Lady”, which is again produced by Deko. As the title depicts, “Pretty Little Ladies” is dedicated to all the ladies out there getting their own guap and handling their owns. Stream the new cut and let us know what you think.
  • John Wick
    John Wick
    With YRN: Tha Album right around the corner, Migos continue to keep the new music coming. After hitting us with “Conversation” last Friday night, the ATL trio decided to return tonight with two more tracks for us called "John Wick" & "Pretty Little Ladies".
  • Conversation
    Conversation
    Before Migos release their highly anticipated debut album YRN: Tha Album on July 31st, the ATL trio will first be featured on a Quality Control compilation mixtape titled Free Offset, Skippa Da Flippa & Rich The Kid, which obviously is a tribute to the rappers still locked up behind bars.
  • I Just Wanna
    I Just Wanna
    Even with Offset still incarcerated, new music from the Migos gang continues to make its way online. Following yesterday’s “On The Top” record, the ATL trio decide to release “I Just Wanna”, a new leak off the Trap-a-Holics new mixtape, Real Trap Sh!t: Run It Up Editon, hosted by Jose Guapo. 
  • On Top
    On Top
    Whether or not you've heard the Sauce Walka's regional Houston hit, "Too Legited To Quited," you probably heard something about the rapper over the last week after he took Drake to task for pulling from the city's culture without collaborating with its artists. While Drizzy was supposed to hop on the rapper's hit, we're thinking that's probably out of the picture at this point, but the record could easily be described as "Houston's answer to Migos," which makes his new collab with the ATL trio quite natural.
  • 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.
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