Migos are making major feats with their latest album.
Migos' Culture II was a confirmation of their strength as a group. The trio built the hype for the project as far back as last summer and delivered as promise. There were complaints about the project being too long with a 24 song tracklist but the length of the project has helped them break several records, including their own. After a few weeks of allowing fans to digest the project, the album helps them reach another incredible feat in their careers.
Migos Culture II has officially hit a billion streams in less than three weeks, according to Coach K. The Quality Control head honcho confirmed the news on his Instagram earlier today. "1Billion Streams in 20 Days is just the beginning @Migos keep breaking barriers & records. I’m starting to smile more in pictures. @qualitycontrolmusic Is the new Major." He wrote with a picture of all three Migos members as well as Pee from QC.
It's another major accomplishment for the Atlanta trio. The success of Culture II has helped them reach new heights in their careers and the entertainment industry as a whole. Once their album charted, they tied the Beatles for most Hot 100 entries for a group within a week. An accomplishment that hasn't been reached in 50 years.
In addition, the rapper's will also be taking the SNL stage on March 3rd with host Charles Barkley. Despite the success of their last album, this will be the first time they ever grace the stage. Maybe they'll bring out Nicki Minaj out of hiding to perform "MotorSport."