Young Egypt Feat. Migos "Can't Believe" Video
Young Egypt Feat. Migos
Today we're giving you a double premiere from Young Egypt. The artist is not only debuting his official music video for his Migos-featured single "Can't Believe," he's delivering an entire mixtape titled Alive. The song, "Can't Believe," actually dropped last summer, but the sound is still fresh enough that you can continue spinning it this summer (or else, spin it for the first time if you're new to Egypt).
Migos "See What I'm Saying" Video
Migos have somehow gone from the kings of internet hyperbole to becoming severely underrated. Today they've reached back to their Back To The Band mixtape for the "See What I'm Saying" mixtape, where the trio suggest they created a dynasty, and continue to hear rappers that sound like them. It's kind of impossible to argue with, but one thing is for sure, as much as Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset's triplet flows are all over the game, there's no mistaking the originators as soon as you hear their voices.
Migos "Commando" Video
Shortly after dropping YRN 2, Migos' first tape with Offset back in the group, they shared the video to the Murda Beatz-produced "Hoe on a Mission." They're now back with the visual to another tape standout, "Commando," produced by the young OG Parker, who's quickly making a name for himself in Atlanta.
Migos "Hoes On A Mission" Video
Migos continued to silence the doubters with their rock solid tape Young Rich Niggas 2, released last Monday. With Offset back in the fold, the Migos gang is poised to make some noise in 2016. They keep the momentum going with a video for mixtape standout "Hoes on a Mission." Twerking enthusiasts will love "Hoes on a Mission," as the three Migos chop it up with three large-assed females.
Migos "Fuck Up The Pot" Video
Migos begin their 2016 by sharing the video to a standout off their October collaborative tape with Rich the Kid, Streets On Lock 4. "Fuck Up the Pot" is another nasty club banger with their frequent Canadian collaborator Murda Beatz. As on the original track, it's just Quavo and Takeoff in the new video, which features just as much ass as past Migos videos.
Migos "Look At My Dab" Video
Migos (and more specifically affiliate Skippa da Flippa) were one of the first acts dabbin', and now that the dance move has reached a new level of popularity, they've decided to double down on the trend, dropping the video for "Look At My Dab". Naturally, the video finds the trio among a crew of expert dabbers, while they explain "people thinking that it's just a dance, when dabbin' is a way of fashion".The trio (now officially united with Offest being released from jail just recently) are headed out on The Dab Tour. Look for them in a city near you very soon.
Soulja Boy Feat. Migos "Actavis" Video
Soulja Boy Feat. Migos
Revisiting his King Soulja 4 album, Soulja Boy decides to come through today and drop off the official video for his Migos-assisted record “Actavis.” With their double cups in hand & ice around their necks, watch as Soulja Boy & Migos takeover a building's entrance (literally) and stunt hard for the cameras in this braggadocios clip above. Look for a ton dabbing to go down in the process.
Migos "Bitch Dab" (Studio Video)
Shortly after the release of their debut album, Yung Rich Nation, Migos dropped off their Back to the Bando mixtape. The tape included the track "Look at my Dab," or, also titled, "Bitch Dab," which started to get hot right as the "dab" -- the Atlanta-birthed dance, which, depending on who you ask, is more of a fashion and lifestyle movement -- started to become a viral sensation.
Migos Respond To YouTube Comments
Noisey brings us a new episode of "The People Vs," this time catching up with Migos (well 2/3 of Migos) out in Croatia after the Fresh Island Festival. You probably know the drill by now, but basically Quavo and Takeoff sit down and scroll through some of the YouTube comments haters and fans alike left on their music video for "One Time."
French Montana Feat. Chris Brown & Migos "Moses" Video
French Montana Feat. Chris Brown & Migos
French Montana has a lot of friends in the industry -- to the point he can get Chris Brown, Migos, and 808 Mafia on one track. With all those elements in place, it's hard to make something that isn't effective on some level. "Moses" sometimes feels a bit chaotic with all it's moving parts, but the feeling that it could fall apart at any moment is part of the thrill. Quavo proves he can go toe-to-toe with a traditional R&B singer, dueling brown with his own auto-tuned melodies. Montana meanwhile gets hit stutter-flow on, recalling more the work of Future than anyone from New York.
Sauce Twinz & Sosamann Feat. Migos "On Top" Video
Sauce Twinz & Sosamann Feat. Migos
If your only introduction to the Sauce Twinz, made up of Sauce Walka and Sancho Saucey, is Walka's "Wack 2 Wack" Drake diss and the rumors of another impending diss (a collab with Meek Mill), then it's time you check out the Twinz' latest mixtape, Sauce Theft Auto, with fellow sauce aficionado Sosamann. Here's the new video to one of the tape's standouts, "On Top," featuring Migos.
Migos "Say So" Video (Prod. Zaytoven)
For their latest video off of recent mixtape Back to the Bando, Migos heads to legendary Atlanta strip club Magic City. They get there around 7 PM and don't leave until 4:30 in the morning, when the party continues back in their trailer (ladies must twerk if they want to get in).
Migos "Forest Whitaker" Video
Just incase you haven't had your fill of Migos as of late-- here's a new video from the group. Yesterday that hit us with two new leaks ("Talk More Than Bitches" and "Dab" featuring Skippa Da Flippa), and announced the return of #MigoMonday.
Migos "Real Street Nigga" Video
Leading up to the release of their debut album, Yung Rich Nation, Migos shared a collection of loose tracks in anticipation. Among the best of those tracks was "Real Street Nigga," yet another catchy dose of street rap that found the trio operating comfortably within their formula. It looks like they were able to film a clip for the song with Offset before he was locked up, and that video sees the light of day today, complete with #FreeOffset hashtags to accompany it.
Migos "Trap Problems" Video
With Migos mixtape Back to the Bando out any minute now, they share the visual for tape single "Trap Problems." It marks the second offering from the project after they released "Bitch Dab" two weeks ago.
Malachiae Warren Feat. Migos "Thank Yo Momma" Video
Malachiae Warren Feat. Migos
Malachiae Warren is a young singer/songwriter from Atlanta, whose new single, "Thank Yo Momma," features Migos, or, due to Offset's current incarceration, Quavo and Takeoff. Warren has just given the smooth club track a new video, which also features the two bando bros.
Rich The Kid Talks Life In Jail & Post-Jail Moves
Rich The Kid
In an exclusive interview, Rich the Kid discusses his recent legal troubles, life in jail, and what he's been cooking up since he got out. Back in April 2015, Rich got locked up along with Offset after an incident at Georgia Souther University in Statesboro, GA. He explained the events that led to his arrest and described life in jail -- lots of playing cards and talking on the phone with his family, which includes his newborn child. He also managed to drop his Still On Lock mixtape while incarcerated.
Migos "Fire In The Booth" Freestyle
During a trip to London earlier this year, Migos stopped by Charlie Sloth's show on BBC 1xtra, where they tried their hand at his legendary “Fire In The Booth” freestyle series. They hold up pretty well as a team, playing off each other's rhymes, keeping the freestyle afloat, and just having fun with it. Though the video was just posted, it's an old one. (But a good one.) It was presumably recorded the same time Migos made an appearance at Koko in London on April 7th. The Georgia Southern incident that led to Offset's arrest occurred on April 18th.
Chris Brown Brings Out Young Thug In Atlanta
Chris Brown's "One Hell of a Nite" tour already has quite a lineup, including Migos and Fetty Wap, but when they stopped in Atlanta, Breezy brought out hometown hero Young Thug, who took over while the rest of the tourmates mobbed all over the stage.
Mr. Capone-E Feat. Migos, Mally Mall "Loco" Video (Prod. DJ Mustard)
Mr. Capone-E Feat. Migos & Mally Mall
The premise is this: Mr. Capone-E is busy doing his gangster thing out in Los Angeles, supervising some voluptuous ladies and heavily tatted dudes as they put together cocaine packages, when the phone rings. It's Migos. "You know I got that loco for you," Capone-E tells them. "I got a car waiting for you at LAX tomorrow." They get it cracking when Migos comes through. With Migos on the hook, Mustard on the beat, and Capone-E & Mally Mall (not to be confused with Marley Marl) taking care of the rest, you already know this one's gonna be a turn up anthem.