After Migos scored the top spot on the Billboard 200 with 2017's Culture, they're aiming to do it again on the follow-up Culture II. With nearly two dozen tracks boasting heavyweight features, hip-hop's triumvirate thrive on their latest release.
The champion tone was set for Culture II ahead of its arrival with the tire-screeching single "Supastars." Takeoff boasts about his wealthy lifestyle, "So much ice (too much), had to ice the lane (whew)/ Freeze to death (freeze), had to freeze the lane (freeze)/ Camera phone, Scarface, Al Capone (Al Capone)."
But Offset, Quavo and Takeoff 's third LP conveys more than jewelry drips and their flashy street personas. Culture II is an ode to their big-time breakthrough. The rap trinity is up for best rap album and best rap performance at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, and Culture II reflects that triumph.