Is The Migos Break Up A Good Thing? #Migos

hotnewhiphop September 15, 2022 Migos 16
Is The Migos Break Up A Good Thing? #Migos

There's no telling what the future has in store for the Migos, but it seems like their solo careers are ready to flourish. Nothing lasts forever, and that’s especially true in the current music industry landscape. As sounds and aesthetics shift year after year, those who once led the cultural ...

and No Label 2 so refreshing was absent. Each member felt as if they were working overtime to stay on the same page with one another creatively. Culture II , specifically, was a behemoth of a project with an expansive 24 songs in total. It shot to the top of the charts but the music felt contrived. Unfortunately for them, they seemingly reached their peak with their two most successful albums. Paras Griffin/Getty Images The narrative surrounding the hierarchy of Migos members has remained rampant in the five years since Donald Glover labeled them The Beatles of this generation at the Golden Globes. Quavo was the MVP on Culture . His strong hooks, melodic flows, and general dominance as the de facto leader landed him on records with Madonna and Liam Payne. The following instalment in the Culture series highlighted Takeoff as the groups silent assassin. For Offset though, his talent shone brightest on his efforts outside of the Migos. Without Warning alongside 21 Savage and Metro Boomin proved that he can hold his own among any of his contemporaries while Ric Flair Drip marked the beginning of a fruitful solo career. The solo releases from Migos didnt necessarily catapult each of them on similar grounds. Huncho charted the highest among all three albums but was not memorable, even with a feature from Drake. Father Of 4 was a personal body of work that contextualized his upbringing, his family, and his love life following his temporary split from Cardi B. But when it came time to regroup for the third and final instalment of the Culture series, Migos-mania had worn down. Save for Avalanche, Culture III felt more like an attempt to regain the position they once had in hip-hop rather than push their limits creatively. And while it didnt attain the #1 spot on the charts, it felt like a step above Culture IIs bloated tracklist . Still, it wasnt a winning argument that they were the best rap group of all time. Despite being blood-related, the distance between members became far more evident in the public eye as of this year, raising questions regarding their future as a group. I feel like every group member has to establish themselves, of the solo ventures among the Migos. Their own body of work. If not, you start losing members. While filed a lawsuit against Quality Control in a dispute over his solo recordings. He claimed that he bought out his contract, which Cardi B corroborated and QC denied. Rapper Offset of Migos attends the FENTY PUMA by Rihanna Spring/Summer 2018 Collection at Park Avenue Armory on September 10, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images) Nonetheless, Set has remained the most consistent out of all three members throughout the past decade since they emerged. From songs like Monday to the success of Ric Flair Drip (a modern classic), Offsets ability to craft witty bars and infectious hits with an uncanny ear for production remains his strong suit. Along with a string of solid features, including Offsets stand-out verse on SleazyGo Worlds 1 Step, his solo singles are promising signs that his sophomore solo project will be far more daring than Code ft. Moneybagg Yo is a glossy banger amalgamating Sets penchant for bars and fashion together (the video also stars Bella Hadid and clothing from Balenciaga). Similar to Cardi B, Offset is establishing himself as a brand and an entertainer, especially as he embraces his background as a dancer. During his latest appearance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon , he performed a medley of his two latest singles with sharp choreography that left many convinced that Offset is actually the Beyonc of the Migos. While Quavo and Takeoff have embarked into the worlds of acting and NFTs, respectively, neither of their side-hustles have amounted to the same level of success as Offset has in the world of haute couture. Its too early to predict what might happen to the Migos down the line. For all we know, this brief hiatus from group affairs might be a calculated move for a comeback or a reunion tour in the next few years. However, its selfish to expect any group of artists to remain committed to a single artistic venture for the sake of their fans, especially if public interest is dwindling. Quavo and Takeoff are clearly pushing each other creatively in ways that were barely seen on Culture III

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