Migos “Position to Win”: Listen to New Song
Migos haven't wasted any time in delivering new music in 2019. After dropping "Pure Water" with Mustard, Quavo, Offset and Takeoff return with their new song "Position to Win." The uplifting, bass-filled banger delivers motivational messages over a vibrant beat created by DJ Durel, Quavo and Tommee Profitt.
At the top of the song, Quavo jumps into some flexing while laying out his willingness to take a chance to be great. "Steppin' up, always take the risk/Livin' life, go hard and don't quit/Drip, splash like the ice on the wrist/That's a call I can't miss," Huncho spits.
For his part, Offset echoes the winner's attitude Quavo let loose. "I'm a star player, W's over L's/Touch down, the crowd yells/Succeed and we never fail, Whew, we out of here/Ooh, we gotta prevail, We comin' to raise hell/They hatin', they want us to fail," Offset raps on the song
Next up is Takeoff, who doesn't take his foot off the gas pedal as he closes things out on the new song.
"In a position to win, in a position to go, I'm turnin' the knob on ten/And pushin' the pedal the floor, I'm learnin' from all my losses/I am the player and coach, Look at the dab, it's awesome/Grab your pad, take notes," Takeoff raps.
"Position to Win" made its debut in Mountain Dew's "Let's Do" commercial. The ad, which aired a few weeks before the 2019 Super Bowl, features Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff rapping the hook while UFC star Holly Holm, NBA All-Star Joel Embiid and skateboarders Sean Malto and Mariah Duran all get active and they what they do best: win. Now we get to hear the CDQ version of the song in full.
Following Quavo and Takeoff's solo releases from last year, the Atlanta trio are gearing up to drop the third installment of their Culture album series this year. Back in October, Quavo revealed that Culture III will drop in early 2019 possibly after Offset drops his long-awaited solo album and hopefully before their performance at Rolling Loud Miami.
Listen to Migos' "Position to Win" below.
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