Migos Announce Release Date for New Album Culture IIPhoto by Paras Griffin/Getty, Dia Dipasupil/Getty Music News Migos
The Grammy-nominated rap trio out of Lawrenceville, Ga., Migos, have announced an official release date for the highly anticipated follow-up to their 2017 breakout album Culture. Their new album Culture II is set to release on Jan. 26, and will feature two singles already released to the public. “Motorsport,” the first single off the album, released in October 2017, earning RIAA Certified Gold Status in one month and features super-star collaborations with both Nicki Minaj and Migos member Offset’s fiancé, Cardi B. Their second single “Stir Fry” was produced by Pharrell Williams and picked to be the official song for the NBA’s All Star Weekend.
With two studio albums, one EP and twelve mixtapes to their names, Migos’ rise to mainstream fame came after the release of their 2016 single “Bad and Boujee.” Those who are in the know recognize the group’s 2013 song “Versace” as the single that brought back (or gave re-birth to) the lyrical triplet flow, now known as the “Migos flow,” synonymous with trap music.
Migos were nominated for Best Rap Album and Best Rap Performance at the 2018 Grammy Awards, which air Jan. 28. With Migos now having solidified their place as one of the key voices out of Atlanta’s music wave, there is no limit to what this group can achieve.
Again, Culture II will be released Jan. 26—watch the music video for Migos’ latest single, “Motorsport,” below, and see their new album’s artwork further down.
Culture II Album Artwork:
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— MIGOS™ (@Migos) January 16, 2018