Justin Lowery, Reporter

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Migos dropped their much anticipated Culture II rap album just over a week ago on January 26.

The album comes just over a year after the rap group released the original “Culture” album which skyrocketed the popularity of the rappers Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff. The hip-hop trio have undeniably established themselves as one of the most successful rap groups in the last decade.

The new album includes features from other famous rap artists like 21 Savage, Drake, Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign, Big Sean, Post Malone, 2 Chainz, and others.

Unlike Migos’ last album, some of the songs on Culture II have a slower and more “chill” vibe such as “Notice Me” featuring Post Malone.

At the same time, the album does contain numerous songs for listeners looking for a more upbeat vibe. Songs like “Stir Fry,” “Motorsport,” or “BBO” among others would fall under that category.

The album contains 24 songs and lasts roughly 1 hour and 45 minutes, which has left some to complain that the album is too long. After continuously listening to the album, the listener might grow fatigued since there is so much content within all of the songs.

However, I think each song has its own style and vibe and the whole album does not need to be listened to in one sitting. If you listen to a few songs at a time, it takes away the fatigue and makes the seemingly endless album much more manageable to listen to.

For any avid rap or hip-hop fan, I would definitely advise that you download this album and listen to it at the gym, hyping you up before a big game, or even just hanging out with friends. However, I would recommend you download the clean version if you are against explicit content because the rap group is known for its language which can offend some people.


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