Hip Hop trio Migos have inarguably left an indelible mark in Hip Hop. Fans, peers and cultural observers alike have debated the group's success and the reasons behind why they should, or should not be recognized as pioneers. The group's frontman Quavo, born Quavious Keyate Marshall, is among the three faces gracing the cover of Clash and does not shy away from discussing the Migos' come up. 

The Migos' impact has been heralded by fans who claim that since their early days, the group was expanding and challenging creative boundaries, pushing other artists to match their efforts. Quavo told Clash, “The world is recognizing how great we are." He went on to reveal, "In the beginning, it was hard because everyone was taking our flow and wasn’t giving us credit. Now everybody knows that’s our flow, and we’re here to stay.”

The magazine issue is set to include excerpts from an intimate discussion with Huncho including tidbits about his upcoming solo project. A recent post to Quavo's Instagram boasts prolific features, including one from rumored girlfriend, Saweetie. Clash also promises insight into Quavo's views on pioneering rap, hoop dreams, and selling out Madison Square Garden.

Redears can also expect to see Noname, Brockhampton, Jay Rock, Jessie Reyez, Tom Morello, Bakar, MNEK, Father, Flohio, Pale Waves, Kim Petras, Steven Van Zandt, and more in the issue hitting stands next week.