Posted by , Oct 15, 2016 at 01:05pm
"CULTURE" is currently without a release date.

Quavo feels his fans are more than ready to hear Migos' upcoming album CULTURE, but his label 300 has yet to grant the group a release date. The Atlanta rapper is putting pressure on the label via Twitter, suggesting that Migos supporters are getting impatient.

"You makin the fans Angry they Ready for #CULTURE Comment if U Tired Of Waiting!! REALTALK!!,” he tweeted at the official 300 account. 



In September, Migos announced that the album would be dropping within the month, but now almost halfway through October, there is still no sign of it.

This isn't the first time the group has expressed its frustration with the label. Following the release of their debut album Yung Rich Nation, which was met with disappointing sales, they said they were parting ways with 300, something that then-CEO Lyor Cohen debunked when he revealed they were still under contract.

Earlier this year, Offset revealed that Lyor stopped the group's collaborative project with Young Thug from coming out. 

Cohen left the label to begin work with YouTube's music department in September. Migos recently signed a management deal with GOOD Music.

Quavo Pushes 300 To Release New Migos Album: "You Makin' The Fans Angry"

"CULTURE" is currently without a release date.


Quavo feels his fans are more than ready to hear Migos' upcoming album CULTURE, but his label 300 has yet to grant the group a release date. The Atlanta rapper is putting pressure on the label via Twitter, suggesting that Migos supporters are getting impatient.

"You makin the fans Angry they Ready for #CULTURE Comment if U Tired Of Waiting!! REALTALK!!,” he tweeted at the official 300 account. 



In September, Migos announced that the album would be dropping within the month, but now almost halfway through October, there is still no sign of it.

This isn't the first time the group has expressed its frustration with the label. Following the release of their debut album Yung Rich Nation, which was met with disappointing sales, they said they were parting ways with 300, something that then-CEO Lyor Cohen debunked when he revealed they were still under contract.

Earlier this year, Offset revealed that Lyor stopped the group's collaborative project with Young Thug from coming out. 

Cohen left the label to begin work with YouTube's music department in September. Migos recently signed a management deal with GOOD Music.

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