Culture II Migos
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- 1Higher We Go (Intro)04:16
- 4BBO (Bad Bitches Only)04:12
- 5Auto Pilot (Huncho On The Beat)04:48
- 6Walk It Talk It04:36
- 7Emoji A Chain05:15
- 9Stir Fry03:10
- 10Too Much Jewelry04:06
- 11Gang Gang03:01
- 12White Sand03:23
- 13Crown the Kings03:50
- 16Open It Up04:06
- 18Movin' Too Fast04:24
- 19Work Hard05:18
- 20Notice Me03:54
- 21Too Playa05:13
- 22Made Men04:48
- 23Top Down On Da NAWF04:55
- 24Culture National Anthem (Outro)04:43
Info for Culture II
Culture II is the third studio album by American hip hop trio Migos. One year after the release of Culture, Migos drops the highly-anticipated sequel to their Grammy-nominated album.
Led by the top 10 single “MotorSport” featuring Nicki Minaj and Cardi B and the Pharrell-produced “Stir Fry,” the trio of Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff bring more heavy-hitters to the table for the 24-track second installment, which boasts appearances from Drake, Big Sean, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Post Malone, Travis Scott, and Ty Dolla $ign.
An all-star team of producers are behind the boards, including executive producers Quavo and DJ Durel, plus Metro Boomin, Zaytoven, Cardo Got Wings, Mike Dean, and Kanye West, who provides additional production.
“It’s our anniversary so we’re celebrating something and we’re giving the world a whole new wave, a whole new flavor,” Quavo told Beats 1, while Offset added: “This delivers on everybody’s expectations. We’re coming with it.”
Last year, Offset called the album a “masterpiece,” while Quavo said it would bring a new “wave” to the genre. “We in a time right now where we’re setting the trend,” he told Montreality. “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’. … Hip-hop has changed in a big way so you could mark this down as we changing.”
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