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Migos, the spasmodically boisterous Atlanta rap trio that has become one of Atlanta's most reliable exporters of rowdy and inventive trap music since blowing up with "Versace" last year, was involved…   Read Story »
Nick Cannon is still trying to make this rap-career thing happen! The Drumline star/Mariah Carey husband/unctuous pop-culture presence has a new album that, kind of hilariously, is called White…   Read Story »
The Migos are, in some deeply fascinating ways, the early-'00s answer to Das EFX, the New York/New Jersey duo who introduced the much-lampooned tongue-flipping iggity-wiggity style to rap way the…   Read Story »
Early word was that the Migos, the young Atlanta rap trio who broke the fuck out last year, were working on a new tape called YRN 2, the follow-up to last year's giddily awesome career-making Y.R.N.…   Read Story »
For months now, we've been hearing that Atlanta rap trio Migos are going to follow up last year's triumphant, career-making Y.R.N. mixtape with a new one called Y.R.N. 2. Today, we find out that…   Read Story »
The troubled Atlanta rap eminence Gucci Mane showed up on a couple of tracks form Y.R.N., the breakout mixtape from the ascendant rap trio Migos, and Migos showed up on "Jackie Chain," a track from…   Read Story »
Rico Love's "They Don't Know" is a smooth, spacey R&B song -- not exactly the backdrop you expect for a new track from the spastic Atlanta rap trio Migos. But Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset jumped and…   Read Story »
One of the many, many slow-drip singles Atlanta rap trio Migos has unveiled in the leadup to their Y.R.N. 2 mixtape is "Jealousy," an ominous diss track that threatens violence against the group's…   Read Story »
Last month Drake promised four or five new songs before New Year's, and two of them arrived over the weekend as free downloads, a pair of triumphant, trumpet-laden tracks called "Trophies" and "We…   Read Story »
At this rate, by the time Migos get around to releasing Y.R.N. 2, the whole damn thing's already going to be up on SoundCloud. Not that we're complaining at Stereogum HQ; these guys stay making the…   Read Story »