Both in 2017 and 2018, Migos began the new year by way of dropping Culture I and Culture II respectively. However, now that 2019 is nearly halfway over and the previously teased third installment of the series has not been released, fans of the Atlanta trio have been eagerly demanding new music.

To help ease the pressure, members Quavo, Offset and Takeoff decided to cut to the chase and simply ask the fans what they want.

With plenty of music in the vault, the group took to Twitter to create a poll, calling for fans to cast a vote and help them decide which to release next. The options, as presented by the group themselves, include Culture III and new installments of their YRN and No Label series.

“YRN 2 ? C III ? Or a Whole New Chapter?? Fans Choose,” Quavo asked on Saturday (May 5).

After opening up the poll to the general public on Twitter on their group account, nearly 75,000 people participated. The results garnered Culture III as the clear frontrunner, with 43 percent of the votes, while YRN 3 racked up 36 percent and No Label earned 21 percent.

While fans made it clear what they are interested in, Quavo himself wasn’t all too convinced. “Ion think it’s gonna be nun of those,” he wrote on Twitter after the poll was closed.

As previously reported, Offset updated fans back in March regarding Migo’s third installment in the Culture album franchise, noting the release had been pushed back to 2020.

However, at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards that same month, the group promised that Culture III was “on the way.” Migos also hinted that 2019 would be chock full of “movies, commercials and more music.”

While an updated release schedule has not yet been shared, feedback from fans certainly could prove to be persuasive. In the meantime, Migos are readying to takeover the summer festival season, with scheduled performances at the upcoming Rolling Loud festival in Miami, FL, and at the inaugural Real Street Festival in Anaheim, CA.

Take a look at Quavo, Offset and Takeoff asking the people what they want in the tweets below.