Migos, a hip-hop trio, has been grinding their career in Atlanta for years. They steer towards their home city's rap roots, and Migos has progressed the genre without receiving the super star fame. Migos first hit the mainstream scene when Drake covered their "Versace." However, Migos landed themselves into legal trouble when they got arrested after a college's concert. This set their career back along with their declaration that they are the next generation's Beatles. In addition, Migos invented the iconic "The Dab" dance move that was made famous by NFL's Cam Newton. All of this culture and hip-hop influence still didn't project Migos to super stardom. However, 2017 is looking to be a big year for the trio.
They have finally crawled out from behind-the-scenes when they dropped "Bad and Boujee." People are starting to known Migos for Migos' work due to the mainstream attention of their single. Migos then dropped Culture in 2017, and it received rave reviews. The trio are now set to tour with Future, Tory Lanez, and Kodak Black for "Nobody Safe Tour" in May and June 2017.
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