Migos just dropped off their highly anticipated CULTURE album. One of the project's standout tracks is the Travis Scott-assisted "Kelly Price," which can be streamed below.

"Kelly Price," named after the 43-year-old R&B singer, features an elegant, slow-moving instrumental courtesy of producers Cassius Jay and Swiss native OZ in addition to La Flame. Quavo, Offset, Takeoff and T. Scott drop lyrics about some of their usual topics -- fine women, fly cars and potent drugs.

Quavo handles the song's hook, rapping, "Bentley truck, yeah, that's my choice of ride (skrrt skrrt)/Always keep some bitches on the side, yeah yeah/Don't stand too close, my diamonds gonna bite/I get drugs for the right price, yeah yeah (drugs)/She gon' eat this molly like it's rice (eat it up)/I'mma let that lean flow through my ice (lean lean)/Said she never had a Migo night/I'mma make her sing like Kelly Price (sing!)"

Meanwhile, La Flame comes in with his verse around the 2:38-mark, spitting, "You wanna go to heaven, grab my hand (Grab my hand)/She gon' suck me dry until we land (yeah!)/I'mma call on squad like what's the plans? (it's lit!)/We been rockin', geekin', goin' all night (skrt skrt)/Treat my Lambo like a Fisher Price, yeah yeah/I can never let her spend the night/Woke up, cocaine all in my hair, thought it was lice, yeah yeah (Straight up!)"

In other Migos-related news, it was just announced that the ATL hip-hop group is expected to sell over 70,000 copies of CULTURE throughout the album's first week. According to Hits Daily Double, the 13-track project has a chance at earning No. 1 album in the country status.

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