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Yung Rich Nation (2015), 5/10
Culture (2017), 6.5/10
Culture II (2018), 4/10
Culture III (2021), 4/10
Quavo/Takeoff: Only Built For Infinity Links (2022), 4/10

Atlanta-based trio Migos (Quavious "Quavo" Marshall, Kirshnik "Takeoff" Ball and Kiari "Offset" Cephus) established themselves with the singles Versace, off the mixtape Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas) (2013), and Fight Night (2014) from the mixtape No Label 2 (2014). The mixtape Rich Nigga Timeline (2014) contained the single One Time (2015). Their early works were mostly produced by Oakland-based producer Xavier "Zaytoven" Dotson. Their debut album Yung Rich Nation (2015), mostly produced by Toronto-based Murda Beatz (real name Shane Lindstrom) and Atlanta-based Da Honorable C.N.O.T.E. (aka Carlton Mays), was followed by the mixtape Back to the Bando (2015), mostly produced by Zaytoven again. It yielded the influential single Look at My Dab, produced by Atlanta-based rapper Drumma Boy (Christopher Gholson), that became the most popular dance of 2016. (Translation by/ Tradotto da Inimperfection)

Il trio Migos originario di Atlanta (Quavious "Quavo" Marshall, Kirshnik "Takeoff" Ball and Kiari "Offset" Cephus) si affermò con i singoli Versace, proveniente dal mixtape Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas) (2013), e Fight Night, estratto del mixtape No Label 2 (2014). Il mixtape Rich Nigga Timeline (2014) contiene il singolo One Time (2015). I loro primi lavori furono prodotti per la maggior parte dal produttore Xavier "Zaytoven" Dotson, originario di Oakland. Al loro album di debutto Yung Rich Nation (2015), prodotto perlopiù dal produttore di Toronto Murda Beatz (nome d'arte di Shane Lindstrom) e dall'atlantano Honorable C.N.O.T.E. (aka Carlton Mays), seguì il mixtape Back to the Bando (2015), prodotto per la maggior parte di nuovo da Zaytoven. Il singolo Look at My Dab proveniente dallo stesso, prodotto dal rapper Drumma Boy (Christopher Gholson) di Atlanta, divenne il ballo più popolare del 2016.

Culture (2017) rapidly became a classic of trap rap, and not only because of the world hit Bad and Boujee (which topped the US charts for two months), but also T-shirt and Big on Big.

The sprawling Culture II (Motown, 2018), instead, sounded like a collection of leftovers and half-baked songs despite the singles Motorsport and Stir Fry, despite production by Kanye West and Pharrell Williams, despite guests such as Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, Cardi B and Drake.

Takeoff released the solo The Last Rocket (2018). Migos reunited to record Culture III (2021) but then split up for good. Takeoff and Quavo continued as a duo, releasing Only Built For Infinity Links (2022).

Offset had two children from Cardi B, named Kulture and Wave.

Takeoff, the youngest member of the band, was shot dead in Houston in 2022 at the age of 28.