Tours can be long and tedious, but it looks as if the three wise Migos have concocted a plan to stay occupied. Tonight, the Atlanta trio will be playing the web-based video game Minecraft with fans; Twitch will be facilitating the proceedings. Right now, you can log into the server located at to play Quavo, Offset and Takeoff in a spirited game, and maybe snatch a chain or two in the process. While not experts in the field by any means, the three triplet-steeped lyricists will be coached by professional video game player Jason Probst, who will be beamed in via livestream to make sure no one runs in the bando too hot.

You may remember Twitch from last year's initiative to let all active website users--a number sometimes creeping into the hundreds of thousands--play a game of Pokemon Red by committee. Migos are currently touring in support of their two 2014 mixtapes, No Label 2 and Rich Nigga Timeline. They recently dropped "One Time," the first single from their forthcoming retail debut, YRN: The Album. That has not yet been scheduled for release. The group is signed to 300 Entertainment, a new label venture by Lyor Cohen, Roger Gold, Kevin Liles and Todd Moscowitz.