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In truth, some of the recent album material has been promising — especially the YoungBoy Never Broke Again-assisted “Need It,” which featured a solid flip of 50 Cent‘s “Get In My Car” and some impressive back-and-forth rhyming. Following its release, Offset took a moment to preview a new unreleased track from the upcoming project, one that has once again elicited some positive feedback from the fanbase.
Though Offset only provides a glimpse at what sounds like a chorus, the track appears to be a reflective one by Migos standards. Handling the chorus, Quavo proceeds to walk through a rough timeline of the group’s rise throughout the game. “2014 we was trapping hard, 2015 we started taking off,” he sings, over a smooth instrumental. “2016 we had to stay clean, 2017 I upped the price of lean.” Unfortunately, that’s about all Offset decides to share for the time being — did it succeed in getting you hyped for Culture 3?