Offset says Migos’ ‘Culture III’ album is the “last chapter”
Will ‘Culture III’ be Migos’ final album together?
Migos is planning to release their Culture III album this year, but Offset has their fans in a frenzy over his latest Instagram post.
He captioned the Instagram post, “CULTURE 3 2020 LAST CHAPTER.” Fans are now speculating that this may be the last album from the group.
It’s been almost two years since Migos has released an album. Culture II was released in 2018 and went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. That album featured hits like “Stir Fry,” “Motorsport,” “Walk It Talk It,” and “Narcos.” The newest Culture album was originally scheduled to be released in early 2019, but Offset updated fans saying that the release date would be pushed back to early 2020.
Back in December, Quavo told Business Insider about the upcoming album.
“I’m excited about the Migos project. We dropping that next year. We haven’t dropped in two years. We haven’t had anything out since “Pure Water,” he said. “I feel like it’s more about Migos that y’all don’t know yet. And I feel like this album is going to be prolific. I feel like this album is going to be the album to do it. And I think it’s “Culture III,” but I don’t know. I think we may change the chapter.”
While not much is known about the forthcoming album, fans may get a collaboration with the late Juice WRLD.
“I got this song called ‘What’s Brackin’’ with him and I probably gonna put that shit on Culture III,” Offset said. “He gonna ape shit on that thing.”
Migos has been killing it in the rap game, but it’s clear that the men may want to branch out separately.
Offset recently debuted his first capsule collection during Paris Fashion Week. Alongside Chaz A. Jordan and Omar Johnson, Offset presented the new designs for LAUNDERED WORKS CORP’s fall and winter 2020 menswear collection.
Quavo recently became a brand ambassador for the sports apparel retailer Lids. He is also producing his first horror film called The Resort. He is also producing an animated series for children. The rapper will work alongside Marginal Mediaworks and record labels Quality Control Music and Motown. The imagined world will be set in Atlanta’s hip hop music and culture scene.
Are you excited to hear Culture III?
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