Hands On It
TWRK Feat. Migos, Sage The Gemini & Sayyi
At the top of the year, New York-based electronic production squad T/W/R/K dropped off a song called "Do What It Do" with OG Maco. It was the sort of song that makes dancing irresistible, when one is off the juice and in close proximity to a dance floor.
DJ Spinatik Feat. Big Bank Black, Quavo & Offset
Not too much is known about Big Bank Black, who introduced himself earlier in this year in the video to the (fire) remix of Trouble's "Ready," on which Bank drops the opening verse. He's now the lead artist on "Life Line," a club-leaning trap banger hosted by DJ Spinatik and featuring two of three Migos, Quavo and Offset. The hard-hitting track is produced by 24K and Phenom Da Don.
Bad & Boujee
Migos Feat. Lil Uzi Vert
Migos' 2016 singles, "Say Sum" and "Cocoon," are among some of their best work, and have set a pretty high bar for the rest of their upcoming full length, No Label 3. Today, the trio have delivered yet another big single with "Bad & Boujee." Metro Boomin is behind the boards on this one, skirting similar territory to his minimal and experimental work on 21 Savage's Savage Mode, but with a little more rhythm to compliment Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset's dexterous flows.
Feeling Rich Today (Remix)
Philthy Rich Feat. Migos, Sauce Walka & Jose Guapo
Philthy Rich has been lacing us with a series of remixes, which will eventually be collected into a full-fledged release, but today we have another hitter from the Bay Area veteran. “Feeling Rich Today” is a piano-driven joint that benefits from the differing regional styles of Migos, Sauce Walka, and Jose Guapo.
Rich The Kid Feat. Migos
It appears that Rich the Kid will release not one but TWO mixtapes next month: Keep Flexing on September 13th and Streets on Lock 5 on September 16th. In preparation, RTK has been putting roughly one song a week. Two weeks ago, it was "Stay Focused" feat.
Migos Feat. Young Thug
Though the rap world was dealt a major blow with the blocking of Migos Thuggin, the partnership between Thugger and the Nawfside trio lives on. Thug and Quavo have tag-teamed on "F Cancer," "Pick Up the Phone," and Trouble's "Whatchu Doin" -- what a run. Now Offset and Takeoff have been brought back into the mix, as Thug appears on the brand new remix of Migos' May single "Cocoon," a hypnotic trap ballad produced by Cheeze Beatz.
Murda Beatz has been putting in work, positioning himself as the next Metro Boomin, perhaps? He's definitely taking the right steps, not only getting production credits with some of the hottest rappers currently in the game, but working his own angle too-- he's been consistent with leaks on his personal Soundcloud, and they're not lacking in star power.
Look Alive (Remix)
Rae Sremmurd Feat. Migos
Rae Sremmurd's "Look Alive" was already a good "song of the summer" contender, but the remix should give it yet another boost. The duo have enlisted Migos -- a group that also knows its way around hooks, ad-libs, and animated verses, proving to be a complimentary energy to Sremm on their entrancing hit. Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset all provide verses, while Slim Jxmmi writes a new 16 for the occasion. Unfortunately, five rappers on the same track leaves no room for a Swae Lee verse, but he's still got plenty of real estate on the infectious hook, which never seems to get old.
On each episode of OVO Sound Radio, there's usually one guest who drops a mix packed with exclusives. Tonight, that responsibility has been assigned to Murda Beatz, the young Niagara producer who has recently blown up thanks to his collaborations with OVO's frontmen Drake and PartyNextDoor. He produced Drake and PND's VIEWS collab "With You," and his other credits over the past few months include: French & Drake's "No Shopping," Gucci & Drake's "Back on Road," and "Like Dat," a collab between PartyNextDoor, Jeremih, and Lil Wayne.
Migos Feat. Gucci Mane
Fresh off the release of their new 3 Way EP, Migos decided to come through in the scary hours of Tuesday morning and share a new song on their soundcloud page called “Now” featuring non-other than Mr. right now, Gucci Mane.
Can't Go Out Sad
There are few acts in the game that sound as continually fresh as the Migos. They always seem to come with new flows and flavors. Between the three of them, their creative energy knows no bounds. With one excellent project, January's YRN 2, under their Versace belts, the trio surprised fans a couple of nights ago with a brand new EP, 3 Way. Favoring quality over quantity, the project contains just 5 tracks, and there's not a weak one in the bunch.
Look At My Dab (T-Mass & DJ Whoo Kid Remix)
If you’ve been to any of Waka Flocka’s dates during the Turn Up Godz tour, you’ve probably heard a particularly lit remix of the Migos song “Look At My Dab.” Now courtesy of DJ Whoo Kid and San Fransisco producer T-Mass, who is celebrating 100 million remix streams by releasing the track, everyone can get a taste of the madness the song inspires.
All I Got (Remix)
Sean Kingston Feat. Migos
Sean Kingston released his new single, "All I Got," in March via a HNHH premiere, and he's now back with a big-time remix featuring Quavo of Migos. Kingston explored a fascinating new sound with "All I Got," a sexy club track that still maintained a slow-burning reggae pulse. The Jamaican singer struck immediate gold on the hook, and Quavo will surely take the dancefloor-ready anthem to new heights, especially with summer right around the corner.
After delivering the Honorable C Note-produced "Say Sum," Migos are back today with frequent collaborator Cheeze Beatz on "Cocoon." In a similar vein as "Say Sum," they've really toned things down, going more of an r'n'b route (while still not being full-out r'n'b), with slowed down production and more melodic flows than their usual aggressive and jumpy nature. Perhaps this is an indication of what kind of sound to expect on their forthcoming project No Label 3? Are you feeling the new direction?
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.