2019 Kids' Choice Awards: Migos Says 'Culture III' Is On the Way

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Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset of Migos attend Nickelodeon's 2019 Kids' Choice Awards at Galen Center on March 23, 2019 in Los Angeles. 

"We whipping it and getting it together"

The Migos took to the stage at the 2019 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards on Saturday (March 23), and walked the orange carpet with their families by their side.

The energetic rap trio started the night with a bang, and performed a medley of their hit songs to ultimately deliver a show that kids would not forget. "Walk It Talk It" kicked the show off, followed by "Stir Fry" and latest single "Pure Water."

In an interview before the ceremony, Offset, Quavo and Takeoff stopped by on the carpet to talk about what it meant to them to be performing at the Kids' Choice Awards, and what's in the works for the group this year. 

"We finna surprise these kids with a wonderful performance. We love the kids, we gotta support the kids 'cause they support us," Quavo said of the upcoming performance. "It's all about the kids." 

"Yessir!" Offset chimed in. 

"Gotta lead the generation the right way, you know, 'dat way," Takeoff added. 

Last year, we heard a lot of solo projects from the trio, but scarce team efforts since they released Culture II in January 2018. Quavo dropped his long-awaited Quavo Huncho solo debut album, Takeoff followed up with The Last Rocket, and most recently Offsett dropped Father of 4 in February 2019.

But fans are anticipating another group album soon, and Migos has not confirmed an official release date -- but they did say that Culture III is in the works. 

"Culture III on the way, you know what I'm saying? We whipping it and getting it together," Offset told Billboard. Quavo and Takeoff nodded their heads in agreement. 

According to Takeoff, other plans for Migos this year include "movies, commercials and more music."  

Quavo chimed in to shout out some upcoming artists who we should be on the look out for this year: "Our artists about to emerge, you know, the fresh talents. We got Daytona, and we got my boy Street Bud so just look out for them."