Music Review: "Culture II" by Migos
When it comes to defining what it means to be doing it for the “Culture”, Migos is definitely an example of that. First, let me take you back to 2015, I remember the day vividly I was on the train headed home from work and scrolling through Twitter as I usually do and I come upon a tweet from Hip-Hop/NY Rap legend Talib Kweli responding to another Twitter follower about how he thought Migos was a lyrical group. Now at the time, Migos had multiple hits such as “Versace”, “Hannah Montana”, and “Fight Night” but I still was not sold on them because as a fan of another Atlanta trio “Travis Porter”, I felt like they stole their wave. Now here I was looking at one of my favorite rappers saying this group was Hip-Hop and encouraging fans to actually listen closely to them, so that’s what I did.
I went and listened to their 2014 mixtape “No Label 2” which contained the tracks “Fight Night” and “Handsome & Wealthy” then I went and listened to their 2013 mixtape “Y.R.N. (Young Rich Ni**as)” and after I listened to them