Migos Talk Jail Bids, The True Definition Of “Dab” & More On Beats 1

blame it on Meka January 31, 2017

A complete 180 from their debut album, 2015’s Yung Rich Nation (which sold 14,000 copies in its opening week), early sales predictions has the Migos‘ second album CULTURE landing at one of the top two spots of the Billboard 200 in the first week (with between 70-80,000 copies sold). Propelled by the chart-topping single “Bad And Boujee” (although “T-Shirt” goes much harder in this writer’s opinion), it’s a culmination of the Atlanta trio’s continual grind after several career-threatening missteps.

Offset, Quavo and Takeoff visited Beats 1’s Ebro Darden for a brief talk, and the trio talked about about the YRN days (where, thanks to Offset’s frequent run-ins with the law, their careers nearly stalled out almost as fast as it popped off), how Drake‘s take on their track “Versace,” their rap style and patterns which have been co-opted by several others (“I’d rather see other artists find they own self, though,” Quavo remarks), and much more.