After weeks of teasing fans with previews of content, Migos has finally graced us with the release date for the upcoming Culture album. The project will arrive on Friday, January 27 according to an Instagram post from the group’s official account.
This comes after group member Quavo called out label 300 Entertainment for delaying the release of the album in October.
On Monday (January 2), the trio also shared the video for “Call Casting,” which will appear on the album.
[This article has been updated. The following was posted on December 16, 2016.]
Another day, another teaser for Migos‘ latest project, Culture.
Although a set release date for Migos’ Culture album has yet to be revealed, the rapping trio is continuing to give fans sneak peeks.
The latest offering came via a video uploaded to Quavo, Offset and Takeoff’s Instagram pages. Uploaded yesterday (December 15), the black-and-white visual features a handful of bars.
“Young, rich nigga in the room … Spent an M and M in June/Took a trip to Cancun/Culturealbum coming soon,” Takeoff raps.
Quavo merely offered a “C O M I N G S O O N…” as his caption, leaving fans with still no clue as to when Culture will be released.
Last month, fans of the group were treated to a rather lengthy preview of Culture as part of a studio session with Hood Affairs.
Quavo also posted a clip on his IG a couple of weeks ago.
In October of this year, Quavo shared what may serve as the tracklist for Culture. The release of the potential tracklist came just days after the rapper called out 300 Entertainment for stalling on the release of the album, which will serve as Migos’ second studio release.