Atlanta rapper Offset needs some serious respect placed on his group’s name. The Migos member has come forward to reflect on the recent Grammy Awards ceremony and explain the annual event’s importance.
In a new interview, Off dished on his shock in realizing Migos didn’t secure a Grammy trophy for their nominated Culture album.
“The awards represent the greatest of the music industry. To be a part of it is incredible. Michael Jackson had so many special Grammy moments. Also, the Clive Davis pre-Grammy gala was amazing, with our being able to perform and showcase the hard work we put in this past year. … The biggest surprise was not winning the Grammy after such a great year in hip-hop; we changed and influenced all music. … With Culture II, we want people to inherit and love the sound of music now, and by us, of course. We’re presenting you with a good energetic vibe that’s nothing but positivity.” (HITS Daily Double)
Earlier this month, Migos’ Quavo reacted to their Culture II album recently dominating the sales chart.
Migos’ latest release easily knocked out its competition to land the top spot.
Red-hot Quality Control/Motown/Capitol trio Migos has secured the #1 spot on our Top 50 Chart, moving 200k in Culture II’s first week out. The only other debut in the Top 40 belongs to Anjunabeats’ Above & Beyond, whose Common Ground lands at #5 with 39k. Then there are the Grammy bumps. Naturally, Atlantic’s Bruno Mars, who swept the Big Three categories, sees one of the more noteworthy ascensions, going #14-3, up 169%. Best New Artist nominees, show performers and RCA labelmates Khalid and SZA also move the needle. (HITS Daily Double)
Recently, Quavo reacted to NBA superstar LeBron James riding out to the LP.