We Called It! Tinashe’s New Single Now ROTW

Following hot on the heels of her last release, Offset featured ‘No Drama’, Tinashe is now on Record of the Week (ROTW) with her latest release ‘Me So Bad’.

This after we’d listed a number of new singles that we projected to be ROTW this week, seems we were right in choosing this Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana collabo (‘Me So Bad’) as one in the number.

‘Me So Bad’ has an uptempo vibe to it which is very playful and catchy, plus, it dropped with it’s accompanying video which matches the jam’s energy with a bright color palate and sultry visuals. 

Released this Easter weekend, ‘Me So Bad’ features lyrics such as …

I know you want my free time
I know that we don’t play that, that, that, that
I’m walking on a thin line
I’m hoping that it break, break, break, break, break
I’m tryna give you FaceTime, yeah
Don’t mean you wanna wait, wait, wait, wait, wait
I wanna better bassline, I wanna better bassline


Here’s the dope video to it.


Watch Migos And Drake’s Throwback To The 70s

Let’s take it back to the 70’s.

Drake and Migos dropped the video to “Walk It Talk It” and we haven’t stopped dancing since.

Inspired by “Soul Train,” the Migos and Drake visual finds Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset on set of a ’70s show called “Culture Ride”. The Atlanta group burst into some retro style moves while rocking massive sunglasses and afro-style wigs. Drake kills it with his wavy wig and of course his dope bars. Jammie Fox also makes an appearance in the video.

“Walk It Talk It” is the latest single off Migos’ album Culture II, which debuted at No. 1 in February.

Click play below and dance along:)



Migos’ “Culture II” Album Makes History

The best-selling rap trio Migos have been making major moves with their recently dropped album “Culture II”.

The album earned its second Billboard 200 No.1 making Migos the fifth rap group ever to have at least two chart-topping LPs. The “Stir Fry” rappers have joined Beastie Boys, A Tribe Called Quest, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, and D12. 

Culture II, which boasts appearances from Drake, Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, and Travis Scott, earned much of its success through streaming.

Here’s The BILLBOARD 200 TOP 10

  1. Migos – Culture II– 199,000
    2. Various – The Greatest Showman– 95,000
    3. Above & Beyond – Common Ground – 64,000
    4. Bruno Mars – 24K Magic – 49,000
    5. Ed Sheeran – ÷ – 48,000
    6. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN. – 38,000
    7. Camila Cabello – Camila – 37,000
    8. Post Malone – Stoney – 34,000
    9. Khalid – American Teen – 27,000
    10. Imagine Dragons – Evolve – 26,000

Migos Dominate ROTW With Their Superstars Single

Kicking off 2018 with viral Culture II trend on twitter, trap music trio Migos are clearly on the right path as far as musical success is concerned.

Their now world famous release, Culture II, is a sequel to their previous collection Culture and features previously released singles ‘Stir Fry’ and ‘Motor Sport’.

Along with a successful run on music charts in the past, Migos have influenced hip hop and trap music in a major way, coming up with what is now widely known as the ‘Triplet Flow’, a flow that has become a staple with almost every trap artist.

Superstars features this iconic and trademarked flow of theirs and has dropped coincidentally within the same year as their Bet Rap Album 2018 Grammy nomination.

Here’s that single;


Who Is Offset, Takeoff & Quavo? Here’s How To Tell The Difference.

Are you like me and you just can’t tell who’s who when the Migos are apart?

They all wear a lot of jewelry, are often in Sunglasses but if you ask me I think Offset is the most recognizable out of the 3.

He has a cross on his left cheek, the word blessed on his right eye and an Eiffel tower on his right cheek. His facial hair too is different.









Quavo Wears diamond grills on his teeth, he often wears diamond earrings, he also has a couple of face tattoos and you’ll sometimes spot him in circular glasses.







Just like his relatives, Takeoff too has tattoos but they’re not as noticeable. His distinct feature is his “lazy eyes” and long hair that he often likes to pull back into a pony. There’s something also about his eyebrows that’s definitely different from the rest.


A Look At Top 5 Migos Hit Songs

Takeoff, Quavo and Offset have been topping the charts with club bangers and buzzworthy bars since their big break with ‘Versace’. Now with their second album ‘Culture II’ about to drop, we took a moment to look back at 5 of Migos’ hit tracks:


Many groups have previously made tracks about a luxury brand, but Migos really killed it on this one. Drake loved it enough to even make a remix to it.

‘Hannah Montana’

As you may or may not have interpreted from the lyrics “Hannah Montana, Hannah Montana/ I got molly, I got white,”  “Hannah Montana” means cocaine. Migos took Miley Cyrus’ most famous acting role and made it go viral with a catchy drug personification.

‘Fight Night’

This song’s brain-sticking chorus and dope video allowed it to not only punch through the Hot 100 charts but also our brains for the longest time.

‘MotorSport’ feat. Nicki Minaj & Cardi B

This collab broke the internet because of two things, it’s auto-themed video and Cardi and Nicki Minaj’s bars that people thought they were firing shots at each other. It will be the lead single off their soon to be released album “Culture II”.

‘Bad and Boujee’ feat. Lil Uzi Vert

‘Bad and Boujee’ went viral same way as Rae Sremmurd’s ‘Black Beatles’. What grabbed people’s attention though, were the lyrics  “Rain drop, drop top” that set about endless hilarious memes.

Times Migos Influenced Culture

Rap group Migos have been one of Hip Hop’s most sensational music group, taking trap music to a whole other level. Their greatest hits have made them quite popular over the years and shaped our culture in various ways.

In respect to their upcoming album “Culture II”, we take a look at the times when Migos have influenced culture:


“Versace” is one of the group’s greatest hits. It not only gained them wide popularity but also inspired people’s fashion sense especially when Drake made a remix of the track and Migos showed up to the Met Gala in matching Versace suits.


Migos are arguably the guys who made “the dab” one of Hip-hop’s most popular dance moves with their hit track “Look At My Dab(Bitch Dab)”.

Catch Phrases

Migos have constantly been inventing catch phrases unique to their vocabulary. Dating back to their first mixtape, 2011’s Jugg Season, their street slang was elastic enough to stick with the youth. Songs like “Bando,” “Versace,” “Hannah Montana,” “Chinatown,” “Pipe It Up,” “Look at My Dab,” “Dat Way,” and “Bad and Boujee” have influenced pop culture and the entire English language.

How else have they influenced your culture?Feel free to share in the comment section.




Migos’ Most Recent Release “Supastars” – Listen

Atlanta hip-hop superstars Migos continue to create a stir over their upcoming album “Culture II”.

Migos yesterday released a new single titled “Supastars”, the third track from their much-anticipated album.

“Supastars” now joins “Stir Fry” and “Motor Sport” – a collaboration with Nicki Minaj and Cardi B in the “Culture II” album.

“Culture II” comes an year after Migos released “Culture” which is nominated for Best Rap Album at the 2018 Grammy Awards. The group’s chart-topping single “Bad and Boujee” is also up for Best Rap Performance.

“Culture II” is scheduled for release this Friday, January 26 but meanwhile you can have a listen to “Supastars” below:

Here’s What You Need To Know About Bad And Boujee Migos.

We are getting you ready for the drop of hip hop trio Migos’ upcoming album Culture 2 this entire week.

When does it drop? This Friday and yes we will play it back to back uncensored so keep it HBR all week to find out when it will be playing.

There’s is a lot you may or may not know about the group but here are the facts:

The three; Quavo, Offset and Takeoff are all related and were raised together Quavo is Takeoff’s uncle, and Offset and Quavo are cousins.

Quavo’s full name is Quavious Keyate Marshall, Offset’s is Kiari Kendrell Cephus and Takeoff’s is Kirshnik Khari Ball.

Their name could as well pass for the shortened version of ‘Amigos’ (meaning ‘friend’ in Spanish), but ‘Migos’ is another term for an abandoned house that is used as a trap house for drugs to be made and sold. The trio said their trap music is based on what they’ve witnessed growing up.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the trio is well on their way to the 10 million US dollar mark.

Due to a self destructive temper Quavo got kicked out of High school. His celebrity crush is Nicki Minaj.

Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset first formed as a rap group called Polo Club in 2009.

Takeoff’s favorite rapper is Kendrick Lamar, Offset is a huge fan of 3k aka André 3000, and Quavo thinks JAY-Z is “the greatest rapper right now.”

Migos have released two studio albums, 12 mixtapes and one EP. They have achieved a number one album in the US with their sophomore album ‘Culture’.

All three are from Lawrenceville, Georgia.

The trio were temporarily a duo in 2015 following the arrest of Offset after group’s tour bus was raided after a show at a university. Quavo and Takeoff were released, while Offset remained in custody for eight months until his release.








Migos Reveal Producers List For “Culture II” Album

With “Culture II” now just days away from dropping, Migos have shared the list of the sequel’s list of producers.

Sharing the news via Instagram, the picture cited DJ Durel and Quavo as Culture II‘s executive producers.

Other producers include: Metro Boomin, Honorable C Note, Buddah Bless, 808 Gods, Pharrell, Cardo, Cassius Jay, Zaytoven, Ricky Racks, OG Parker, Fki, Mike Dean (with additional production from Kanye West), Earl the Pearl, and Quavo himself.

There are a couple of new additions to the list most notably Pharrell, who did “Stir Fry”. The album’s tracklist has not been released yet but according to Quavo’s interview with Beats 1’s Ebro Darden, the project will have 24 tracks.

“Culture II” is due to drop this Friday, January 26.