Words by Danielle Perry

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Migos has done it again! After dominating the airwaves with top hits from their first album, Culture, such as “T-Shirt” and Bad and Boujee,” the Atlanta rap trio continues their domination as their follow-up album, Culture II, receives one billion streams on multiple streaming platforms, including more top hits such as “Motorsport” and “Stir-fry.”

Following the success of their first album Culture becoming platinum, Migos continues to prove that they are here to stay with the latest accomplishment of having 1 billion streams. At the beginning of the basketball tip-off game during NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, they received three individual plaques commemorating the momentous occasion with their manager and label owner by their side, jumping for joy.


This is the first time that a rap group has garnered a billion streams for an album. The only solo and group artists that have achieved this momentous feat are A Tribe Called Quest, and The Beastie Boys. Coming off of the accomplishment, we are waiting to see what the Migos “stir-fry” even more in 2018.