20 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hot off the success of their online hits “Versace” and “Hannah Montana,” Migos use No Label II to reaffirm their patent: an inimitable balance of dense half-time beats and rapid double-time raps. A squadron of innovative Atlanta producers creates a stunning backdrop of noises. “Contraband,” “M&M’s,” and “Payola” are quintessential Migos, with rumbling, elastic beats; the raps fly from the songs like sparks from a pinwheel. “Fight Night,” however, provides a new twist on the group’s recipe, as an uptempo, burping bassline coaxes new vivacities from the three longtime partners.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hot off the success of their online hits “Versace” and “Hannah Montana,” Migos use No Label II to reaffirm their patent: an inimitable balance of dense half-time beats and rapid double-time raps. A squadron of innovative Atlanta producers creates a stunning backdrop of noises. “Contraband,” “M&M’s,” and “Payola” are quintessential Migos, with rumbling, elastic beats; the raps fly from the songs like sparks from a pinwheel. “Fight Night,” however, provides a new twist on the group’s recipe, as an uptempo, burping bassline coaxes new vivacities from the three longtime partners.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
446 Ratings

446 Ratings

pokter ,

New trend setters

Their flow is out of control, I'm glad I tunes is releasing no label 2, every song is good but they are missing the best one Emmit Smith

ChickenColeman ,

🔥

Hottest rappers in the game right now.

robsta98 ,

migos are strait horrible

migos sound the same every song
it sounds like the same beat every time
and all they do is say 1 or 2 lines with the same flow and then chirp and repeat
and this is not real "trap music"

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