Wale throws his support behind Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff, going so far as to grant Migos the most influential flow of the past decade.
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While some lyricists might balk at the notion, Wale has come forward to throw his support behind the Atlanta trio, going so far as to declare the Migos to have the most influential flow of the past decade. Not only the past five years mind you, but decade, period. Fielding the question from Genius’ Twitter page, Wale opted to champion for Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff‘s cause. Curiously, Wale’s appraisal of the Migos flow is close to mirroring that of Nick Cannon, who recently granted them the fourth-best spot on his own Top 5 list.
Perhaps a new wave of Migos appreciation is underway, and the timing couldn’t be better. The trifecta has been steadily delaying their anticipated Culture II follow-up, having recently changed the name from Culture 3 to something else entirely. It should be noted that some have grown a little fatigued of the Migos sound, which in a way further validates their influence; it’s likely that hearing their signature flow emulated at such great lengths played a role in the dulling of their momentum.
Do you agree with Wale’s assessment? And more importantly, is it time to start putting some respect on the Migos name once and for all?