Made up of friends Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, MIGOS is one of the most interesting projects in hip hop and trap worldwide. Part of the US South hip hop tradition and influenced by names such as Outkast and Hot Boys, the Atlanta trio had a rapid ascend to fame from the moment they started doing music together, back in 2009, under the name Polo Club.
The name MIGOS would only come in 2010. In 2012 they released their first mixtape, No Label. A year later they made it big with their single “Versace”, which became the track of the year and even Drake did a remix of the song. After their second mixtape, No Label ll, they released their critically acclaimed debut album Yung Rich Nation, which was also a commercial success.
In 2015 MIGOS released the single “Look at My Dab”, a dance move sensation that went viral around the world. Their success didn’t make the trio sit back and so they started working on a trilogy. The first part of Culture came out in 2017 and quickly became number 1 on the Billboard 200, earning a Grammy nomination to add to their commercial success. Culture ll saw the light in 2018 featuring collaborations with the likes of Pharrel Williams, Zaytoven, Murda Beatz, Metro Boomin and even Kanye West. Women, drugs and fame are some of the themes that feature in the album. “Supastars” and “Stir Fry” are strong enough tracks to become international hits. The third and last part of the trilogy Culture will arrive in 2020, which is without a doubt one more reason to see them in concert at MEO Sudoeste.
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