Migos release Culture and are feeling on top of the world.Most are just becoming hip to the Migos movement, but if you’ve been a fan, you know the Atlanta group has been a notable name in rap since 2012-2013. Dropping hits like “Hannah-Montana”, “Handsome”, “Fight Night”, “Versace” and most recently “Bad and Boujee” – which is now at it’s third “non-consecutive” week at #1 on the Billboard charts.


Their infectious & unique style of tripled up flows paired with infamous trap beats has taken over the nation – fast moving towards becoming a household name. Literally. I’m not even sure the group could have imagined one day singing “cookin’ up dope in the crockpot” on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

One thing is for certain; Migos will be a force to be reckoned with – not only in 2017 but moving forward as they work to become a staple in the rap game. Their latest album Culture released last week, January 27th and is slated to move 100k-120k units in the first week.

I couldn’t agree more with the title of their album; Culture – because that’s exactly what they’re affecting. From their rap style to their fashion, to their lingo and of course all the way to dabbing, the evidence is clear – Migos is having a huge impact on today’s ever-changing hip-hop culture.

Have you caught yourself dabbing a time or two before? If so, you can thank Migos.

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