It’s yet another collaboration from the rapper and the group, following multiple past projects.
The mixtape does not yet have a release date.
If the picture is any indication, all seems well between the two—for now.
It’s still unknown who was behind the robbery and beating.
While performing at Stadium Club in Northeast D.C., Migos had a run-in with Chief Keef’s Glory Boyz Entertainment crew.
The 18-song mixtape follows a Fader cover and new video for ‘Story I Tell’ earlier this week.
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It’s very different from the official remix but no less effective, proving once again that DJ Mustard is a universal common denominator.
Migos’ next mixtape Y.R.N.2 is reportedly due out sometime this year.
The Atlanta rappers are making headlines for the right reason this time, teaming up with one of their city’s rap legends for a new track.