Migos continued to grab headlines earlier this month when Quavo's had his chain snatched in DC. The incident occurred not long after Fredo Santana sending threats Migos' way on Twitter, leading to speculation that GBE was involved.
Young Houston native Kirko Bangz is currently working on the fifth instalment in his Progression mixtape series, after giving us Progression 4 in March. Progression 4 consisted of freestyles, but it's looking like Progression 5 will be more original music from the singer-rapper.
What's this? A rapper *actually* remixing a track, rather than hastily spouting a 16 over an existing hit and calling it a "remix"? I'm here for that. Tunji Ige is too, as he goes behind the boards for a slick remix of Migos' "Handsome And Wealthy."
Despite many pegging them as a one hit wonder with "Versace" (which was a false claim from the get-go, seeing as even then they had "Hannah Montana"), Migos have continued to churn out hits over the last two years.
We're used to hearing Takeoff in his rap trio Migos, but for his latest record, he goes it alone, with assistance from his ATL affiliate PeeWee Longway. Takeoff uses Murda on production for the trap banger "What Move Would U Make," the same producer who did Migos' recent record "Fake Watch Busta."
From the team that brought you "Jumpin' Out The Gym" (minus RiFF RAFF) comes a new track entitled "Bando$." Migos and Trinidad James, who previously paired up for that aforementioned Y.R.N. cut, appear together today on a song by a producer named J. Padron, who also hails from the A.
Fresh off the release of his "Try Me" remix of Dej Loaf's popular track from yesterday, Coke Boy representative Chinx comes through with yet another remix this morning. This guy isn't stopping, he's been flooding his fans with remixes lately. Is that a good thing?
Migos and Rich The Kid's Streets On Lock 3, released back on April 20th, was chock full of trunk bangers, high-profile guest verses and quotable hooks. The foursome are now prepping the follow-up, giving us the first taste of the tape in the form of the RTK-less "Fake Watch Busta" yesterday.
Migos just filmed the first ever trap musical, and while they could have retired directly following the film and been legends forever, they've continued to put out new music anyway. The most recent joint from the ATL trio is "Stay", which pairs them with Dirty Dave.
After Jeremih unveiled an official remix to "Don't Tell 'Em" with Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana, Migos have taken it upon themselves to offer up another remix. We have a feeling that the remixes will start flooding in after this.
As accomplished trap rappers from the A, Migos are much more well-known for their hooks and dizzying triplet flows than their ability as freestylers. But despite that, the trio just dropped a cypher-esque track with hometown homies Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Jose Guapo and Peewee Longway, and all six murder it.
Last week, Migos popped up on our feeds with their guest appearance on OG Maco's "FUCKEMx3," as well as their "short film" "Bando." But now they're back with new material as the lead artists on a jam called "Trouble," for which they recruited the Trouble Man himself for a guest spot.