Migos, a.k.a. this generation's Beatles, have blessed the Internet with another sign of Atlanta's dominance. Their debut album is nowhere in sight, but the 'Rich N---- Timeline' mixtape is likely more than enough to keep fans satisfied.
Following in the footsteps of Drake, who released three new songs without warning on Saturday (Oct. 25), Rick Ross dropped a new track featuring Migos called 'Black Bottles.' The song is a 4-minute advertisement for his Luc Belaire rose champagne and getting turned up in the clubs.
Rap shows can get crazy. Remember Action Bronson body slamming a fan in May? The latest in rap-related chaos comes from Migos during a concert in Springfield, Mass. Things got out of hand when member Offset flew into the crowd and started throwing punches.
It's been quite some time since we really heard any new music from Nick Cannon, although he did drop that song 'Dance Floor' dedicated to his wife Mariah Carey in January. It looks like the rapper, actor, comedian and TV personality is back with a song that's not only going to get you back on the dance floor but it might inspire a new style trend at the clubs.
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