Formed by a group of three friends, Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, Migos are one of the most interesting hip-hop (and trap) projects of our days. Framed in the Southern American hip-hop tradition and influenced by groups like Outkast and Hot Boys, this Atlanta’s trio has had a meteoric rise from the moment they started making music sometime in 2009 under the name of Polo Club. The name “Migos” would only surface later in 2010. They released their first mixtape in 2012, “No Label”, having reached worldwide recognition with their single “Versace”, which would become one of that year’s songs, with Drake remixing it. After “No Label II”, their second mixtape, came their first album, “Yung Rich Nation”. On that year, Migos stood out with the single “Look at My Dab”, an authentic viral dance phenomenon across the world. Despite their success, the trio kept their ambition and began preparing a trilogy.
The first part of “Culture” was released in 2017 and soon reached first place on the Billboard 200 Chart. Their success was not only commercial because the album also got them a Grammy nomination. “Culture II” saw the light of the day in 2018. The album features collaborations of names such as Pharrell Williams, Zaytoven, Murda Beatz, Metro Boomin and even Kanye West. “Supastars” and “Stir Fry” are some of the album’s strongest tracks. The third and last part of this trilogy is about to be released and this will certainly be a show to remember, on July 20, Super Bock Stage, on the 25th edition of Super Bock Super Rock