Migos Recorded a Song for Kanye West’s ‘Yandhi’ Album
Migos are on the last leg of the Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour with Drake, which means they will be able to fully focus on music in a few weeks. It sounds like they already have a big record in the stash. Quavo sat down with Power 106's The Cruz Show in Los Angeles, in an interview posted on Friday (Oct. 19), and revealed the Atlanta trio recorded a song for Kanye West's forthcoming album Yandhi.
The "Workin Me" rapper was in the building to promote his new album Quavo Huncho but also gave a hint of things to come around the 14-minute mark of the conversation. "I did a record for [Kanye], we did a record for Yandhi. He called us," Qua revealed when asked about his relationship with the controversial rapper. No more details were given on the upcoming collab, which isn't promised to make the cut. But the potential of a new 'Ye and Migos record sounds exciting.
We've been hearing about a Migos and Kanye collaboration for a few years now. They were said to have collabed on multiple tracks in the studio back in 2016 and earlier this year were said to have more songs in the stash. The closest thing we've gotten is Kanye with a co-production credit on the Culture II track "BBO (Bad Bitches Only)." Here's to hoping they make the cut on Yandhi, which is scheduled to drop on Nov. 23. Migos' Culture III album is slated be released at the beginning of 2019.
During the interview, Quavo also talked about how he was able to get Madonna on the track "Champagne Rose," the Super Bowl Halftime Show and more.
Check out the entire interview below.
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