Migos have been having their reign on the charts for the past year. Since the release of Culture in 2017, the group has dominated the globe. The release of Culture II pushed their dominance even further. "Stir Fry" became the NBA All-Star Weekend's official song and they even performed it alongside Pharrell. A little over a month after the album dropped, it is now eligible for platinum status.
Migos Culture II has gone platinum, according to chartdata. It's a monumental feat for the group who managed to make it happen in less than six weeks. The first Culture album took roughly five months to reach that status.
The Atlanta trio's latest album has helped them break a significant amount of records upon its release. The album launched to number one on the Billboard 200 which made it their second consecutive album to do so. It also made them the fifth hip hop group in history to have more than multiple number one albums.
In addition, they also tied The Beatles for the most simultaneous Hot 100 entries by a group which further pushed the argument that Migos are better than the Beatles. On top of that, the album also helped them break their own Billboard chart record after having fifteen songs chart on the Billboard Hot 100 after the project's release. Prior to that, Culture had twelve out of thirteen songs charting on the Billboard Hot 100 after its release.