A lot can change in a year, and that saying definitely holds true for Migos, who can reflect on an incredible 12 months. The Atlanta trio is currently at the top of the music game following the release of their Culture II album last month, and they're taking a moment to see how far they've come in their new Tidal documentary.

The streaming service unveils Migos' CULTURE documentary, which is an 18-minute short film that follows the record-breaking group's journey to major success. Fans can get an inside look at the moment that changed Quavo, Offset and Takeoff's careers and made them superstars, leading up to the release of their Culture album that dropped last year.

Quality Control's Coach K and Pee narrate the documentary, as they share some tidbits on the process to get to their current point of success.

At one point in the film, Quavo even discusses how Migos changed their approach when they saw their influence upon listeners and music culture in general.

“I feel like we had to sit back and watch our moves and watch the way we do things," Quavo explains. "A lot of people are really watching; a lot of people are really looking up to us. I feel like we can’t let the people down right now. We’re growing together.”

The end of the documentary even features the guys celebrating their victorious moment at their sold-out album release party for Culture last year.

Watch Migos' CULTURE documentary on Tidal in the stream below.

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