Offset Reveals Migos’ “Culture II” Album Release Date, Addresses “Beef” With Chris Brown [VIDEO]
Migos has been in the news this week for making fists instead of music. At Sunday’s BET Awards show, the rising rap trio was seen on stage performing and winning the award for Best Group. Backstage, however, the collective made headlines after a post-interview dust up with Everyday Struggle host Joe Budden, and another scuffle with Chris Brown in the parking lot later that night. Fortunately for Migos fans, there’s now some news pertaining to their upcoming album, Culture II.
Fielding an impromptu barrage of question from The Hollywood Fix, Migos member Offset was asked about the group’s confrontation with Joe Budden and “beef” with Chris Brown, Offset was relatively mum about any conflicts the group might have with either of the aforementioned parties. The Atlanta rapper also dodges questions about the nature of his relationship with rumored girlfriend Cardi B, who was accompanying for some some daytime shopping. He did, however, remark that Brown don’t “want no smoke” though.
After deflecting numerous questions, Offset finally opened up a bit when asked how it felt to win the BET award for Best Group. Describing the award as a “blessing,” the Quality Control artist then volunteered some info on Migos’ upcoming project, saying “Culture II coming out October, ya dig.”
Buzz around Culture II began earlier this month, when Migos delivered a freestyle at Atlanta’s Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash and posters announcing the album started popping up around the ATL. The anticipated new album is the triumvirate’s follow-up to 2016’s Culture LP, which was certified platinum in April.
Check out Offset’s comments about Migos‘ recent confrontations and more below. The rapper speaks on Culture II at the 4:18 mark.