Following the release of Culture II, Migos went on tour with Drake before going their separate ways to release their first solo albums: In 2018, Quavo dropped out Quavo Huncho and shared Takeoff The last rocket. Then, in 2019, Offset released Father of 4 children.
After leaving Culture II, Migos has shared a handful of singles, including “Pure Water” (with Mustard), “Position to Win”, “Stripper Bowl” and “My Family” – a collaborative track with Snoop Dogg, Colombian singer Karol G and producer Rock Mafia for The Addams Family. In early 2020, Migos hopped on “Give No Fxk”, a track shared with Young Thug and Travis Scott.
Then, in May, the rap trio started releasing solo singles again, sparking speculation that a new album could be in the works. On Cinco de Mayo 2020, Migos launched “Taco Tuesday,” which features samples of LeBron James. Also in May 2020, Migos shared “Racks 2 Skinny,” produced by frequent collaborator DJ Durel. And, last week, the trio shared “Straightenin”.
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