Summer is almost upon us. And with the hot weather comes more new music to warm the streets.
Following a three-year album hiatus, the Migos come back with their new Culture III album on June 11. The Atlanta trio haven’t released a studio album since the January 2018 multi-platinum Culture II and are looking to make a big comeback. The band have been teasing the album for what seems like years, keeping the buzz going with songs like “Need It”, “Taco Tuesday,” and “Racks 2 Skinny”. After teasing the album’s finalization in early May, they officially announced the release date of the new album on May 17th via social media.
The following statement was released earlier this month by the Migos through their Atlanta, Georgia-based label Quality Control Music in response to questions about Culture III. “June 11. We’re back,” the message read. The announcement came three days after the band delivered the LP’s new single, “Straightenin.” CIII will complete the album trilogy and is the “last chapter,” according to offset.
The return of a long hiatus to abandon a new project in June is also The Slump God ski goggles. The fans waited patiently Ski to release new music for a few years, his latest offering being his debut album, Stokeley, in November 2018. The wait will soon be over with the South Florida rhymer revealing on May 14 that he will be releasing a new mixtape called Sin city. “Sin City The Mixtape Dropping In June,” he announced on Twitter. The mixtape is the sequel to Beware of the Book of Eli, which also fell in 2018.
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