As they gear up for Culture II, Migos reveals what fans can expect from their highly-anticipated album, which is reportedly slated to arrive in October.
During a recent interview with Montreality, Takeoff confirmed that the LP is already finished and primed for release, describing it as “well-cooked, well thought-out, well-processed.” He added: “It’s ready.”
While Offset called it a “masterpiece,” Quavo explained how the forthcoming effort will continue their trendsetting ways. “We in a time right now where we’re setting the trend,” he said. “We started this whole little wave. We started the whole genre, we started the whole flow, we started the whole melody. Ain’t nobody right now, at a point in their career, can’t say that they ain’t took our flow. We ain’t trippin’. We never did trip. We never did call nobody out. We’re just having fun. We’re creating a whole new sound. Hip-hop has changed in a big way so you could mark this down as we changing.”
During the interview, Q also dispelled a rumor that he lost a Migos hard drive containing work from Culture II. “I ain’t ever lose no drive,” he said.
Meanwhile, Quavo also provided an update on his Travis Scott joint project. “It’s gonna drop real, real soon,” he said. “Soon as I get some time. We’ve been making a whole bunch of records. We’ve got a lot of records together right now. We probably got like 20 records. But we just need some time to sort them out.”
Culture II is the follow-up to January’s Culture, the group’s first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200. According to Quavo, it will feature a collaboration with Cardi B.