Migos Performs At Drai's Beach Club - Nightclub In Las Vegas

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Migos’ debut album Culture surpassed everyone’s expectations at the top of 2017.

Fans are looking forward to the newest work from Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset, and received the first indication of what lies ahead when the trio dropped “Motorsport” with features by Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. While “Motorsport” currently sits at number 6 on the Billboard 200 charts, a new track slated to be on Culture 2 has been released with some pretty legendary production.

Pharrell Williams was behind the boards for “Stir Fry,” as the three Migos are quick to proclaim their dominance in the rap game over some trademark beats from Skateboard P. Migos was recently a part of their label’s Quality Control compilation album Quality Control: Control The Streets Volume 1, alongside fellow label mates Lil Yachty and more.

Much of Migos’ success has come from the group’s biggest single to date, “Bad & Boujee,” which has since gone quadruple platinum as of June of this year. The album has been critically acclaimed and earned platinum status in July. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart and topped the US R&B/Hip-Hop Album chart, marking it the first time the Georgia rappers would land at the top of both lists. With other stand-out singles such as “T-Shirt,” “Call Casting,” and “Slippery,” Migos quickly found themselves at the forefront of the rap game worldwide.

While no tracklist for the upcoming album has been announced as of yet, from the sounds of things, 2018 will start off on a good note. Check out “Stir Fry” above, and take a look at the video for “Ice Tray,” where Quavo and Lil Yachty poke fun on the recently let go Joe Budden and sidekick DJ Akademiks’ show, “Everyday Struggle” down below.