Migos and Drake

New Music: Migos feat. Drake - 'Walk It Talk It'

  /  01.26.2018

On the five-year anniversary of their “Versace” collaboration, Drake reunites with Migos once again on “Walk It Talk It” off the group’s newly-released album Culture II.

Produced by Deko and OG Parker, the banger features verses from all four rappers, including a Drizzy rhyme about his bond with Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff, and his disdain for an unnamed nemesis.

“Heard you living in a mansion in all your raps though / But your shit look like the trap on this Google Maps though,” he raps. “We been brothers since Versace bando / Name ringing like a Migo trap phone.”


For his part, Quavo brags about his Plain Jane Rollie, swerving land, and rappers who buy their fame. “Heard you signed your life, for that brand new chain,” he raps. “Think it came with stripes, but you ain’t straight with the gang.”

Offset follows with a rhyme about his love of threesomes and investments (“I want that thot, this that ménagin’ / I bought a franchise to double up profits”) and Takeoff rounds out the cut (“I get a rebound, then tuck in my Spalding”).

“Walk It Talk It” is one of many collaborations on Migos’ Culture II, which also boasts appearances from Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, Big Sean, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Post Malone, Travis Scott, and Ty Dolla $ign.

On the eve of the album’s release, Migos paid a visit to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” where they performed their Pharrell Williams-produced single “Stir Fry” in front of a wall of white roses.



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