During the group's performance of 'Bad and Boujee' in California, Quavo announced the new effort with a freestyle.
Earlier this year, Migos released their second studio album "Culture", which then went platinum in April. Despite the massive success, the hip-hop group was not slacking off. Amid their busy schedule as performers, the trio apparently has been hitting the studio a lot to work on new album which is reportedly titled "Culture II".
The Atlanta trio recently confirmed that the new effort would be coming soon. They announced it with a freestyle. During their performance of "Bad and Boujee" on Future's "Nobody's Safe Tour" stop in Mountain View, California, Quavo could be heard repeating, "Culture 2/ Dropping soon/ What it do?" among the original verses.
Additionally, during Hot 107.9's Birthday Bash in Atlanta over the weekend, several flyers promoting the new album were spotted around the city. It read, "Culture II coming soon." So, it's probably safe to assume that the project will hit the shelves before 2017 ends.
That was not the first time the trio hinted at new album, though. Prior to this, they revealed that the new project was almost done and that their labelmate Lil Yachty would have a big role on it. "Compilation is on the way," said Offset. "Us and the Boat, sir, you know what I'm sayin'. The QC way." Although there hasn't been a release date, Quavo hinted that "this summer going crazy."
As the most popular hip-hop group today, Migos has been assisting other artists on a number of hit songs this year. Some of their collaborative tracks are Steve Aoki's "Night Call", Katy Perry's "Bon Appetit", Teyana Taylor's "Drippin" and Calvin Harris' "Slide".