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The Migos: Quality Control Goes Global

Almost 2 years ago, a fairly unknown trio hit the local Atlanta scene by storm speaking tales of their trap exploits and more ‘young rich n****a’ talk. It was only a matter of time before the rest of the world caught on to what young Quavo, Take Off and Offset had to offer.

Under the guidance of Coach K, former manager of Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane, Quality Control Music has developed a style and sound that has made The Migos one of popular culture’s most sought-after acts. Following the release of their third mixtape “Young Rich N****z”, The Migos have maintained an overwhelming presence on radio, television and certainly on the streets.

From mega hits like “Versace”, “Fight Night”, “Freak No More” to hood classic’s like “Bando” they have delivered hit after hit effortlessly. Since Young Jeezy’s “Trap or Die” its almost been a decade since any artist managed to score multiple hits from a mixtape release. The Migos have yet to release a full length official album, yet they have managed to go two consecutive summers without skipping a beat.

At this point there is no denying the cult following The Migos have created along with the respect of their peers. With the recent release of the much anticipated “Rich N****a Timeline” and countless hits The Migos have nothing left to prove to any doubters that they are here to stay.