Eight years ago, Migos burst onto the scene, and immediately changed the game. These guys showed how powerful the Drake co-sign was. Already, “Versace” was hot, but Drake’s remix got the song on mainstream radio.
Migos got bigger, every year, and eventually took the game over. “Bad & Boujee,” with Lil Uzi Vert did it for them, and when Donald Glover shouted them out for making it, they went number one. This came after their “Atlanta” cameo.
Fresh off the Culture III release, Migos stopped by “The Breakfast Club.” During this conversation, they spoke on respect, their relationships, and the Mt. Rushmore of Atlanta hip hop. Obviously, they also spoke on the new music.
Watch the entire interview below: