Migos & Rich The Kid – Streets On Lock

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DJ Victoriouz, Cory B and DJ Ray G along with Migo Gang Entertainment bring a dual collaboration drop between a group and a solo act that are poppin’ right now out the South – Migos and Rich The Kid. Representing a new era out the ATL, these young artists are picking up popularity due to their contagious anthems and unity in working with each other. With twenty five joints on this tape, there is enough heat here to keep the block rocking for the rest of the summer.

Here are the SOHH.com 5 Reasons to download Streets On Lock.

1. New Atlanta

There is a fresh crop of Georgia talent that has been bubbling as a underground movement up until the past few months. Due to their output on the music scene artists such as Migos, Trinidad James, Rich Homie Quan and Rich The Kid are becoming household names. Most people outside the region may not have been up on Migos until their infectious hit record “Versace” was released with a huge feature from Drake on the remix. The Atlanta trio of Quavo, Takeoff and Offset have been heating up the streets with their catchy hooks and wild, free and rich personas. The names forementioned are ATL’s younger generation of potential superstars and they all are building a bigger buzz daily. Migo’s scored a big hit with their trap anthem “Bando” late last year and this collab mixtape is off the heels of their popular Y.R.N. (Young Rich N*gg*s) release. Hooking up with fellow A rapper Rich The Kid was a natural occurrence and the two entities are among the hottest out the hood right now.

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2. Lock It Down

Migos have been working with veteran all-star producer Zaytoven, who is responsible for some of the biggest hits out the south in the past decade. A natural musician and master of the drums, Zay has a sound that meshes seamlessly with the groups flow. Zaytoven is behind the boards for six tracks on Streets On Lock. Rich The Kid is coming off his recent drop Been About The Benjamins which was hosted by acclaimed deejays Trap-A-Holics, DJ Victoriouz and DJ Holiday. They only rock with the official street certified exclusives. DJ Ray G has been a avid supporter of Migos since day one, keeping the clubs turnt up with their music. From the trap to the stripper poles across the country, these young cats are making their presence felt heavy.

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3. Turn Up Time

The Athens GA born and ATL raised Migos all have their own unique style they bring to the table. In a interview with KBP and GA Followers Quavo broke it down explaining how each member of the group has their own methods in and out the studio. “Everybody surprises each other – we do our own thing by ourselves, we record ourselves – everything. One person might be in the booth – then we might just do one verse. Like I might do a song with one verse – then I just call em’ like ‘You got to come hear this crazy *ss song I just did.’ Then these n*gg*s just come in, listen to it – they ready to go crazy. That’s just how I do.”

4. Jordan Jumper

The Mercy produced “Jumpin Like Jordan” is one of the heaters off this mixtape. It features Migos and Rich The Kid and is another street anthem that can be added to a growing list. It has a booming beat combined with an intoxicating chorus that just sticks in your mind.

“Got the trap house jumping like Jordan/
Pull up in a brand new foreign/
300 hundred on the dash, and a paycheck, cash/
Take off on you n*gg*s, Jeff Gordon/
A.P., it cost me fifty/
Model ho, yeah she with me/
Living life like I’m Diddy/
In the kitchen with Whitney/
Got the trap house jumping like Jordan” – Migos w/Rich The Kid

Other infectious cuts on this drop include “Sorry”, “Dirty Stick” and “Wrist Game”.

5. Features

Migos and Rich The Kid show love to a variety of artists on Streets On Lock. Features include Lil’ Durk, PeeWee LongWay, Jose Guapo, Rich Homie Quan, Trouble, Twista, Soulja Boy, Kevin Gates, Chief Keef, BallOut, MPA Duke, Young Thug, Riff Raff, OJ Da Juiceman, Yung Fresh, Chill and Dirty Dave.

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  • green_ messiah

    Obviously outkast is dope but Atlanta rappers I think might be the worst as a whole.

  • ccwaterbound32

    title should be 5 reasons to NOT buy this bullshit… these dudes music is just plain awful…

  • BillyBobJohn

    sorry these migos guys are terrible no grown man can listen to this shit

  • Lilbloodz Lilbloodz

    Song is cool
    Just sayin

  • GMoneythe3rd

    i rocks with this..jumpin like jordan and the wrist john is tough.

  • bo

    Dope, bitches, money, guns, weed, trap house. Same old stupid shit that everybody who can’t rap talk about. Help me understand how you talk riches if haven’t done anything to earn it yet, and the last thing somebody who already rich going to do is RAP

  • Montre

    Rich the kid from Woodstock not atlanta

  • Ghost Of Len Bias

    Migos got the best flow in the game, those triplets are so dope.