Atlanta trio Migos are showing no signs of slowing down in the near future. The hitmakers have taken their Capitol Records label situation to the next level.

According to a new press release, Migos now have an even more serious and beneficial partnership with the iconic record company.

As an extension of Quality Control Music’s (QC) joint venture with Capitol Music Group (CMG), Atlanta-based hip-hop trio Migos – whosesecond album through QCM, C U L T U R E, debuted at #1 on both Billboard’s Top 200 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album charts less than three weeks ago – announced today that its future music will be released through QC and Motown/Capitol Records. The Migos/QC partnership with Motown/Capitol was announced today by the trio’s members Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, as well as QCM’s CEO, Pierre “Pee” Thomas, its COO, Kevin “Coach K” Lee, CMG’s Chairman and CEO Steve Barnett and Motown Records President Ethiopia Habtemariam. (Press Release)

The trio are gearing up to hit the road for rap star Future’s upcoming Nobody Safe tour.


Earlier this month, Migos toppled stiff competition with their chart-topping Culture album release.

Culture was able to debut at #1 with 121k in SPS units (40,068 in true sales). SWEETSEXYSAVAGE moved 57k total units with 29,852 of them being pure sales. Both artists saw massive improvements from their last release: Migos only moved 14k copies with Yung Rich Nation while Kehlani‘s first week numbers for her Grammy-nominated You Should Be Here project weren’t publicly released. Congrats to both parties and we’re looking forward to a nice post-release rollout. (HDD)

Rap star Kanye West recently made a rare Twitter appearance to promote the new album.