Migos has been in an upward spiral in the last two years, and all the hype has finally been worth it.
The rap trio formed by Quavo, Offset and Takeoff is here with their second album Culture, and shows the band at its best. There are a lot of great tracks on this record, and breakthroughs are just a part of it.
If you have previously listened to Bad And Boujee, you have seen at least the expectations that it generated from the LP. The relaxed rhythm of the song, the verses, and a collaboration with Lil Uzi Vert helped make this song a great success.
On the other hand, the single “T-Shirt” also generated a great interest, with its disturbing deep instrumental and the flow of what is trap these days. The guitar introduction of What The Price is very lit too, and while it is not carried out along the track, it leads to a darker and more moving instrument that helps the song flow well.
The group’s second album tells their stories of fame and fortune. It’s a gamechanger. Many of its songs will remain in our memories for a while.