On January 27th, Migos dropped what will go down as one of the best albums of 2017.
Migos consists of three members: Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff. The trio grew up together in Atlanta and are directly related. In 2011, they decided to make it rapping, with the release for their debut mixtape, Juug Season. Like most artists, they were originally unsuccessful. However, they kept at it and broke through with the release of a hit single, Versace. Since then, they have only gained momentum and are regarded as some of Atlanta’s best artists, along with Gucci Mane. Their most recent project, an album called culture, only further proves their excellence.
Migos began teasing the album months ago, with the release of the mega hit song, Bad and Boujee feat. Lil Uzi Vert. When they announced the album’s release, hype and anticipation grew with the hopes that every song in the album would reflect the style and success of Bad and Boujee.
To put it simply: I can’t think of anyone who could be disappointed in Culture. The album is a collection of individual masterpieces, perfectly utilizing each of the rappers’ talents. Although there are no songs that disappointed, the best songs in the album (in my opinion) are Get Right Witcha, Slippery feat Gucci Mane, What’s the Price, and Kelly Price feat. Travis Scott. If you’re a fan of Migos’ style, Culture is perfect. Overall, a well deserved 9/10.