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.
Last week, most of the world was introduced to amped-up ATL rapper OG Maco with the elevator party video for his track "U Guessed It." Now the up-and-comer's gotten a key assist from the Migo gang, all three of whom join Maco on his new, Ducko McFli-produced track "FUCKEMx3."
Over the course of his 20 year plus career, Jermaine Dupri has worked with everyone from Ludacris to Mariah Carey, and clearly has enough pull to collaborate with whoever he wants. Though he doesn't release music all that often, today is one of those rare occasions.
DJ Sense, (AKA "Trendsetter Sense") has recruited T-Pain, K Camp and Migos for his newest track, "What You Know." The light, melodic song has the colorful cast of Southern artists running laps around each other over Sense's plush production.
We haven't received new music from the animal lover and Las Vegas native Mally Mall since he dropped off his "Eat" remix with Tyga, Lloyd and YG. Nonetheless he's been making moves, apparently one of which was getting Chris Brown and Drake in the same recording studio together and helping them get past their beef.
Migos have so much money they don't know where to put it. Over a remix of Cap 1's "Flippa" produced by Zaytoven, they discuss moving their bankrolls overseas alongside Foolie. Just the every day drug dealer life.
Lil Durk is kicking off the week by delivering 18 new cuts for you to listen to all week long (and one would hope, longer than that too). Signed To The Streets 2 dropped moments ago, and contains appearances from Johnny May Cash, Migos and Cash Out.
A few weeks back, Gucci Mane shared his album Brick Factory Vol. 1, which featured the Quavo and PeeWee Longway-featuring "Mr. Serve On." Now, following the release of four more Gucci projects (dude can't be stopped), Migos have let loose a new version that features the whole Migo gang.
Migos made their name off of Zaytoven-helmed Atlanta trap, but their most recent hit owes more to the west coast. Problem, one of California's biggest presences, has taken notice, and made his own version of the infectious single.