Archive for 'Migos'

Just when you thought you had your fill of innuendo-heavy, food-related pop songs, Katy Perry’s “Bon Appetit” arrived on the scene to make you feel confused, hungry (in a confused way) and wondering how much she actually knows about the Michelin star system.

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NEW MUSIC: OFFSET – “MONDAY”

The Migos’ Offset is gives fans another solo track produced by OG Parker and Deko 

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Fashion powerhouse Gucci gets major promo in the lavish video for Mike Will Made-It’s latest rap fest “Gucci On My,” featuring 21 Savage, Migos and YG.

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ATLANTA – The Atlanta Hawks are adding a dab of hip-hop culture to their March 16 matchup against the Memphis Grizzlies, today announcing halftime and postgame pop-up performances featuring the chart-topping group Migos.

Migos released their second studio album, “Culture,” on Jan. 27 and saw it ascend to the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart for the week ending Feb. 2. The album’s lead single, “Bad and Boujee,” rose to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on Jan. 9 and was certified platinum on Jan. 23.

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TakeOff from Migos performs over CIAA weekend. Quavo and Offset couldn’t attend due to flight issues. Ma$e also attends.

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[Music Video] Migos – Deadz ft 2Chainz

The first scene from Migos’s new VIDEO for “Deadz,” a track from their recent No. 1 album C U L T U R E, features an orchestra soundtracking the song’s ominous intro.

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[Video] Sean Kingston Allegedly Attacked By Migos

On Tuesday, rap group Migos allegedly got into a brawl with singer Sean Kingston while attending an event at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas. According to a report, the fight ended after someone from Sean’s camp pulled out a gun and fired a single shot, which did not hit anyone.
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Migos Finds Their Way On Culture

You’re gonna read a lot this month about the ascent of Atlanta rap sensations the Migos’ first Hot 100 chart-topping single “Bad and Boujee” and how it’s this very of-the-moment confluence of social-media savvy and celebrity cosigns from Drake, who remixed their 2013 single “Versace,” and Donald Glover, who shouted the song out from the stage of the Golden Globes after a win for Atlanta. And, okay, all of that stuff happened, but zeroing in on the peaks and valleys of marketing and triangulating the selling power of tweets is a stuffy, sorta inside-baseball method of parsing what has at heart been a long campaign of good music. It awards too much credit for the Migos’ methodical growth to memes and outside influences when the forces powering this machine have always been hard work, good punch lines, and brotherhood.
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