Before even releasing their first official album, Migos seem to be living pretty well, at least as far as material possessions go. This is likely why they crafted the Rich Homie Quan-assisted track 'Falisha,' a song about not needing anything from anybody.

"I ain't gotta ask no n---- for a whip, I ain't gotta ask no n---- for a sip / I ain't gotta ask no n---- for a ride, I ain't gotta ask no n---- for a thing / I ain't gotta ask no n---- for nothing," says Quavo on the hook.

Offset spits next, and uses a dope, choppy flow to convey how different he is from his competitors. "You think I'ma ask for some Benjis?, f--- is you thinking? / If a n---- ask me do I need something, I get offended / By myself n---- I'm independent, breaking the law with no co-defendant / Got to jail I get a lesser sentence, no n----- 'round me so ain't no snitching," he raps, before Rich Home Quan closes things out with his usual deep-voiced delivery.

Migos is almost done recording their debut, 'Y.R.N. The Album,' while they also have the 'Shmigo Gang' mixtape with Bobby Shmurda and GS9 on the way.

Experience their trap production below.

Listen to Migos' 'Falisha' Feat. Rich Homie Quan

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