The 19-track album features an impressive slate of collaborations, including Pop Smoke on “Light It Up,” Juice WRLD on “Antisocial,” Justin Bieber on “What You See,” Future on “Picasso, Cardi B on “Type Shit” and Drake on “Having Our Way,” among others. In the new visual for “Modern Day,” Takeoff, Quavo and Offset affirm their love of jetskis, rare cars and private jets.
The iced out artists rap over a trap beat across various scenes, waving huge wads of cash and smoking cigars along the way. Lines like “baguettes on my neck on the Lear I’m superior / 250 each ear what’d you say I can’t hear” are audacious brags that show just how far the group has come since their founding in 2008.
Migos’ fourth studio album is available to stream on Spotify and Apple Music. The band is also set to host a Culture III hologram appearance simultaneously at 6 p.m. EDT on Friday via PORTL at select locations in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Miami.