Last week, Migos finally unleashed their highly anticipated third installment to their Culture series. Before folks had time to fully process the original drop, the the North Atlanta trio circled back to release the official deluxe version. The new release adds on five new tracks to the end, bringing the total to 24 songs. The new pack of tracks is kicked off by “How We Coming,” which sees Quavo handling the first verse to tell folks, well, exactly how they’re coming:
You know how we coming, somebody tell these niggas what’s happening (What’s happening)/ I drop the ball right out of the gate, now I’m trapping/
N***a, quit capping, put a little shit up, we taxing (Taxing)/ I can’t count that shit backwards, if they don’t free him now then they maxing (Free the bro)/
None of the additional new tracks have features, although the original Culture III saw some great assists from names like Drake, Justin Bieber, Cardi B, Polo G, Future, Juice WRLD, Pop Smoke, and YoungBoy Never Broke Again. In conjunction with releasing a deluxe to keep the momentum going, Migos released accompanying music videos for tracks like “Why Not” and “Modern Day” as well since the project made landfall.
As previously reported by REVOLT, Culture III is currently expected to sell between 125 to 135 thousand album equivalent units following its first full week of release, with 5 to 8 thousand of that figure coming from traditional sales. Currently, that puts them on a trajectory for the number two spot on the Billboard 200, behind Polo G’s third studio album Hall of Fame. If so, then Culture III would be Migos’ first body of work to miss the top spot on the aforementioned chart since their official debut, 2015’s Yung Rich Nation.
Be sure to press play on Migos’ brand new deluxe version of Culture III.