Culture de Migos

Morceau

Slippery

Migos

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Morceau

Slippery

Migos

Écouter sur Napster
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Label: Quality Control Music
Migos is like the second coming of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. The Atlanta trio may not harmonize with as much gospel fervor as their Cleveland predecessor, but they can create infectiously memorable rhythms through their imaginative vocal interplay. The recent No. 1 hit “Bad & Boujee,” which spawned the “Raindrop/Drop top” meme, is just the tipping point for Culture, and improves upon their 2015 retail debut Yung Rich Nation. “Priceless” is an Auto-Tuned riff over electric guitar while a plummeting bass line underlines “Slippery.” The final track, “Out Yo Way,” is an unexpectedly sincere tribute to the women in their life who “Always going out yo way/You never ask me to repay ya.”

À propos de cet album

Migos is like the second coming of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. The Atlanta trio may not harmonize with as much gospel fervor as their Cleveland predecessor, but they can create infectiously memorable rhythms through their imaginative vocal interplay. The recent No. 1 hit “Bad & Boujee,” which spawned the “Raindrop/Drop top” meme, is just the tipping point for Culture, and improves upon their 2015 retail debut Yung Rich Nation. “Priceless” is an Auto-Tuned riff over electric guitar while a plummeting bass line underlines “Slippery.” The final track, “Out Yo Way,” is an unexpectedly sincere tribute to the women in their life who “Always going out yo way/You never ask me to repay ya.”

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À propos de cet album

Migos is like the second coming of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. The Atlanta trio may not harmonize with as much gospel fervor as their Cleveland predecessor, but they can create infectiously memorable rhythms through their imaginative vocal interplay. The recent No. 1 hit “Bad & Boujee,” which spawned the “Raindrop/Drop top” meme, is just the tipping point for Culture, and improves upon their 2015 retail debut Yung Rich Nation. “Priceless” is an Auto-Tuned riff over electric guitar while a plummeting bass line underlines “Slippery.” The final track, “Out Yo Way,” is an unexpectedly sincere tribute to the women in their life who “Always going out yo way/You never ask me to repay ya.”