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Migos heading to Woodlands this Thursday

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Atlanta-based rap trio, Migos, will make their way to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Thursday as part of Future’s Nobody Safe tour.

Migos comes into the concert as one of the hottest acts in music with their sophomore album Culture reaching certified Platinum in April.

The group laid the groundwork for a dominant 2017 with their hit song “Bad and Boujee” featuring Lil Uzi Vert that was released in October 2016. The single went Platinum on Jan. 23, a full four days before the album was released, and reached No.1 on the Billboards Hot 100. The music video currently has over 407 million views on YouTube.

“Bad and Boujee” has been such a force in pop culture that Donald Glover thanked Migos for creating it in his thank you speech at the 2017 Golden Globes after winning the award for Best TV Series.

The group has achieved serious success since their album debuted. 7 songs on Culture landed on the Charts; “T-Shirt” peaking at No.19 and “Slippery” climbing to No.36 from No.43 last week.

The group has appeared on some of the top rap albums of the year, including 2Chainz’s Pretty Girls Like Trap Music and Big Sean’s I Decided. They’ve also made some waves on singles with superstars like Lil’ Yachty, Katy Perry, Steve Aoki, and Calvin Harris.

Meanwhile, member, Quavo, has had himself a monster year as a featured solo rapper.

Travis Scott’s x-rated video for “Pick Up the Phone”, featuring Quavo and Young Thug, has over 19 million views on YouTube, and he and Scott again teamed up with Drake for “Portland” on his highly-anticipated More Life. Quavo is also featured in Post Malone’s “Graduation”, which is currently No.9 on the Charts, and DJ Khaled’s star-studded song of the summer, “I’m the One”, alongside Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, and Lil Wayne.

The concert is set to be a hit as they follow opening acts Tory Lanez and Zoey Dollaz. Of course, they’ll be followed by fellow Atlantan rapper Future.



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