Migos are living the life.
Both collectively and separately, the men who make up dominant hip-hop trio Migos have had an excellent 2017, to say the least. Since their album Culture dropped early on this year, Quavo, Offset and Takeoff have had an extraordinary run of success, due in large part to their smash hit single “Bad and Boujee,” where they collaborated with Lil Uzi Vert. With memorable appearances at several awards shows and many high-profile live events, there’s no way they will see their star fade anytime soon. In keeping with their amazing performance in the music industry this year, it would be foolish to think that they wouldn’t carve out some time to enjoy the finer things in life – like luxury hotels in one of the most picturesque locations in the world. And the Lambos – oh, the Lambos.
In a video that has been shared multiple times on social media as of this writing, the Migos members were seen leaving the Crown Metropol in Melbourne, Australia in three similar-looking Lamborghinis, much to the delight of the passerby who caught a glimpse of this flex session. With the lead car in white, the second in a silver-grey and the rear vehicle painted black with some fire-style decals next to the rear windows, these guys are rappers who know how to travel like kings. They’re not scheduled to resume their tour commitments in the near future, so why not enjoy the time off while you can? Clearly the Migos think the same way.
For fans who are (im)patiently waiting for a new Migos track or two to drop, the wait might soon be over. We recently reported that Quavo teased a Culture 2 single release that was supposed to come soon. What soon means for the trio remains to be seen, but the fact that it’s close to seeing the light of day should get more than a few hip-hop enthusiasts stoked. They’ve got some big tracks on the way too – Drake, Ty Dolla $ign and Big Sean have all but been confirmed as collaborators for the next batch of material that Migos will be putting out. Until then, it’s Lambo time for those three gentlemen.