It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from the Migos but the Atlanta group is back with a new mixtape called Back to the Bando.

Apparently, the "Versace" rappers are regrouping after parting ways with 300 Entertainment and are now going the independent route. According to FADER, two sources close to the Migos situation have confirmed that the ATL trio have left 300 following the release of their debut album, Yung Rich Nation. So it’s back to the bando to cook up some more dope music for their fans. See what we did there?

The 15-track collection features Quavo and Takeoff -- sans Offset who is still locked up on drug and weapon charges -- spitting tough bars on street bangers produced by Zaytoven, Drumma Boy, Black Akademy, Murda Beatz and Dun Deal.

Much of the music is trap-inspired with drug-related titles like "Rich N---- Stil Trappin'," "Back to the Bando," "Look at My Dab," "Asking for Money," "Trap Problems" and "Neighborhood Scientist."

On "Slanging," Migos salute the street hustlers who are making money on the corners. Over soft tickling piano stabs and a snap-snare beat, Takeoff raps, "This is for my n----s that be slangin' / In the trap house tryin' to get rich, slangin' / In the trap whipping' the bricks, slangin' / Cooking and whipping the fish, slangin.'"

Migos also dropped a new video for "Trap Problems," which stars Quavo and Takeoff boastfully rapping while surrounded by their crew and bodacious models.

Check out Migos' 'Back to the Band' mixtape below.

Watch Migos' "Trap Problems" Video

Listen to Migos' Back to the Bando Mixtape