Not too many pop singers would come up with the idea of adding the Migos to a song, especially one like Niykee Heaton's "Bad Intentions." But that's exactly what Heaton did as the singer has released a new remix of her 2014 track with the Atlanta group.

This collaboration might not be as surprising as it seems on the surface when you look back at how Niykee Heaton first made a name for herself. The Illinois singer got noticed by posting videos on YouTube with her covers of songs like Chief Keef's "Love Sosa." With that in mind, it's not a stretch that Heaton has an affinity for the Migos. This collaboration is not perfect in practice, but it is interesting to hear the Atlanta trio doing something outside of their typical turn up records.

The Migos members are probably thankful to get some focus back on their music after getting in the headlines again for the wrong reasons yesterday (March 17). Offset found himself in trouble with the law yet again as he was arrested for driving with a suspended license. The whole incident, which happened outside a sushi restaurant, was captured on video and published by TMZ.

According to Offset's lawyer Drew Finding, the rapper thought he paid the $316 fine for his suspended license and failure to appear in court when he got out of prison last December. Offset did post a video on Instagram showing that he had been released, so at least he's not stuck in jail.

Also, make sure you listen to this new Migos track called "Think Twice" produced by Zaytoven. The song appears on the new DJ Scream mixtape Legend, which you can download now at LiveMixtapes.

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