Co-produced by Honorable C.N.O.T.E., “Solitaire” is expected to be the lead single from Gucci, Migos, and Yachty’s upcoming collaborative album titled Glacier Boyz. Their project was set to drop April 13 but was not released as scheduled for unknown reasons.
The video finds the crew showing off their jewelry and rapping inside a diamond-encrusted room. Offset does not appear in the visual.
Watch it above and download “Solitaire” on DJcity.
Migos have dropped a throwback-style visual for their Culture II single “Walk It Talk It” featuring Drake. The visual, which emulates the classic Soul Train TV show, features all four rappers performing for a crowd of fans and dancers.
“Walk It Talk It” was DJcity’s second most-downloaded track of February. It peaked at No. 18 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
Fresh off the release of their third studio album Culture II, Migos has shared the video for their catchy single, “Stir Fry.” The track was DJcity’s 16th most-downloaded song of December.
The cinematic visual finds the Atlanta trio running an underground gambling operation in a restaurant in Kowloon, Hong Kong. When they’re betrayed by one of their workers, Migos go head-to-head with their rivals in a Kung Fu-style battle.
Produced by Pharrell, “Stir Fry” currently sits at No. 60 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and No. 21 on the Hot Rap Songs chart. It’s the second single off Culture II following the Nicki Minaj and Cardi B-assisted, “MotorSport.” It also serves as the official song of the 2018 NBA All-Star game.
Watch the video above and download “Stir Fry” on DJcity.
In 2013, Atlanta trio Migos changed the hip-hop landscape when they dropped their breakout hit, “Versace.” The track put a spotlight on the group’s signature triplet style of rapping, which is now referred to as the “Migos flow.” The style has since remained a staple in rap, with many of today’s leading artists adopting it.
A triplet is an irregular rhythm that happens when three notes are played in the time of one beat. In the case of the “Migos flow,” the notes are instead words or phrases. Rappers use the flow to manipulate the beat and energy of a track by delivering their rhymes in a triplet cadence.