As we're sure you've already heard, Migos were involved in an altercation following a DC nightclub performance in which Migos member Quavo was allegedly robbed. While Migos continually denied being assaulted or robbed (the item in question is Quavo's gold QC chain) the alleged assailants have repeatedly posted photos and videos of themselves with Quavo's aforementioned piece of jewelry. This has all boiled down to Quavo himself having to clear the air with his new track "Tha Truth." Mind you it is rare to hear from a singular Migos member on a track, so mark this one down for the record books. Listen to Quavo set the record straight on his new track "Tha Truth" after the jump.
New Atlanta's power trio Migos return for their second official mixtape of 2014 (following the excellent No Label 2) in the hilariously titled Rich Ni**a Timeline. The new mixtape contains eighteen no frills exotic trap bangers equipped with amazing, over-the-top adlibs and trademark triplet flows. Also, from what we have gathered, there are also absolutely no features present on Rich Ni**a Timeline. Quite a refreshing stance in modern hip-hop, we must say. Stream and download Rich Ni**a Timeline after the jump. Quavo! Ugh!
The new music keeps piling in as Migos link up with Rick Ross for "Black Bottles". This is a collaboration made in trap heaven and frankly it bangs hard. We hope to hear more Migos x Rozay tracks in the near future but for now this'll do. Peep "Black Bottles" after the jump and be on the lookout for Ross' forthcoming Hood Billionaire album out November 24th.
Migos drought is finally over! The New Atlanta trio is finally blessing us with new music and have recently shared the music video for "Top Floor" featuring Johnny Cinco. Migos have promised a new mixtape October 31st, just in time for Halloween. No word as to whether or not "Top Floor" will be on said mixtape. Watch the video after the jump.
Don't you dare callout Migos for rockin' fake jewelry. Don't you dare try and rob them, either. Migos set the record straight on their latest track "Fake Watch Busta", which takes its name from the Instagram account of the same name that outs celebrities and rappers for owning allegedly fake jewelry, particular of the wristwear variety. Peep the track after the jump.