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Migos connect with YoungBoy Never Broke Again for “Need It”

The southern collaboration sees production from Buddah Bless.

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Migos
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Migos are letting their fans know that Culture III is almost upon us. They’ve already liberated their singles “Give No Fxk,“ “Taco Tuesday,” and “Racks 2 Skinny” — now, the North Atlanta trio unveil their new single “Need It,” which features assistance from YoujngBoy Never Broke Again and sees the collaborators keeping things street over a flip of 50 Cent’s “Get In My Car,” courtesy of Buddah Bless:

“Dope boy, I’m straight out the Nawf, I came up sellin’ hard, heroin, I’m straight from the Nawf, I went and bought me a don/

I jumped off the porch and went bought me a gun, we boardin’ the jet ‘cause my dawg got a warrant/

We don’t give a f***, bring the stick, where we goin’? I’m booted up off that Molly, I cover my gun/

This stick got a ELO, my aim on point, shootin’ that Glock give me pain in my joints.../”

In addition to the long-awaited Culture III, Migos are also working on a quarantine mixtape to hold the fans over. Quavo made the big announcement via social media back in April:

Previously, Migos gave the fans Culture II back in 2018, which earned the group two Platinum plaques and a series of chart-topping singles, including “Motorsport” with Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, the Pharrell Williams-produced “Stir Fry,” “Walk It Talk It” featuring Drake, and more. Speaking to Billboard, Quavo spoke on how the group is managing during the Coronavirus pandemic:

“Most definitely, we’re just trying to stay aware of everything, watch the news and pay attention to the world, stay away from social crowds and constantly washing our hands. Of course, the business has slowed down, because we perform in front of massive people, and... dropping music and all that is at a stand still right now with us, because we need to go out there and touch the people to push our albums, to make our music work.”

Press play on “Need It” below.

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