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Migos in collaboration with iHeartRadio are hosting an album release part for their third studio album, Culture 2 – a sequel to their highly successful Culture album which gave fans the multi-platinum selling hit record “Bad and Boujee.” The album is scheduled to drop one day prior to the one year anniversary of Culture.

According to iHeartRadio, Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff are expected to perform songs from the new album as well as their hits from Culture. The album release part will stream live on the iHeartRadio YouTube channel at 10 p.m. EST.


Migos released to singles to support the upcoming album. Their first release was “Motorsport” featuring the leading ladies of Hip-Hop Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. The group then followed up the certified Gold record with “Stir Fry” a Pharrell produced track that landed a deal with the NBA to be the official song of NBA All-Star weekend in February.

In the first quarter of the New Year, Migos are looking to control the game as they did in 2017.

The Atlanta based rap group became more than just a group in 2017 as fans begin to learn more about each artist individually as their careers expand past only collaborating with each other. Quavo was handing out features all 2017 and even dropped a collaboration project with Travis Scott. Offset grew into his own with his engagement to Cardi B, and his Without Warning mixtape with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin. Takeoff is coming into his own as well with Lil Yachty teasing a possible collaboration project with the youngest member of Migos.

Following the release of the new album, Migos are also up for some Grammy Awards this year. They’re nominated for Best Rap Performance with “Bad and Boujee” and Best Rap Album with Culture which will go up against Jay-Z’s 4:44, Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN, Rapsody’s Laila’s Wisdom, and Tyler the Creator’s Flower Boy.

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