“Migo Shit” – Lil Migo feat. Quavo

Every region of the United States likes to say they have the best of the best when it comes to hip hop but it’s always up for debate, right? That is unless you’re a fan of the style that hails from the dirty south. Artists like Juvenile, Ludacris, and Lil Wayne set the bar but it’s clear a new class has come to make sure the south stays representing with artists like Migos, one of which has teamed up with Tennessee’s own Lil Migo for his latest, “Migo Shit.” 

Lil Migo only started to spin his wheels in music in 2020 and since then has three albums, including his latest, ‘King Of The Trap 2.’ Which is where you’ll find “Migo Shit” featuring none other than Migos’ Quavo laying down bars alongside this up and comer that’s proving he’s got what it takes to make the southern rap scene proud. Together, they give you a great back and forth on “Migo Shit.” It doesn’t waste any time getting to the meat of the track and has this unexpected, yet delightful stringed arrangement that makes it stand out a bit from the crowd at the moment. 

They didn’t just hit the studio together. They also teamed up to deliver a video that features not a decadent mansion, but a cascade of beautiful women, plenty of green, and an ice cream truck for good measure. “Migo Shit” premiered on BET Jams, and in less than a week is well on its way to half a million views thus far. 

To check out “Migo Shit” by Lil Migo featuring Quavo, make sure to check it out on all major music and streaming platforms today, including Spotify, YouTube, and Deezer.

Written by Kendra Beltran

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