Offset Says Migos’ ‘Culture 2’ Album Drops in October
Call them ‘The Omnipresent’, The Migos have been absolutely everywhere over the last nine months, and they don’t plan on losing any momentum.
During a recent interview with The Hollywood Fix, Offset revealed the group is planning to drop Culture 2—which will be a follow-up to their most recent effort, Culture—this coming October.
Over the course of the interview—or, scattered discussion—The Hollywood Fix reporter asks Offset a series of questions about the Migos’ alleged confrontation with Chris Brown at the 2017 BET Awards, the group’s conflict with Joe Budden and Safaree Samuel’s alleged jumping at the hands of Meek Mill’s crew. For the most part, Offset, who was accompanied by a massive bodyguard and his lady, Cardi B, was unresponsive. He did say C. Breezy doesn’t “want no smoke,” though.
Offset, Quavo and Takeoff aren’t likely to speak on too much else besides their success, and considering the way they’ve risen over the last year, who could blame them? Back in April, their newfound status as superstars solidified when Culture was certified platinum. Childish Gambino had called Migos as being the Beatles of his generation just a few months before, so it’s almost like his claim was proven to be sort of correct. Here’s to more winning for the dynamic Atlanta trio.