For the last ten years, Offset and Migos have been on a roll. Migos were able to capture people’s attention from the start with hits like “Hannah Montana” and “Versace.” They released two Culture albums in 2017 and 2018, which were widely regarded as among the best projects of the decade, especially the first Culture. Migos are currently preparing to release Culture 3, their first album in three years. So far, the teasers sound fantastic, and fans are ecstatic.
Offset recently reflected on the group’s accomplishments and what they’ve meant to the rap game over the years. Offset came to the conclusion that the community should be thanked because they helped improve the game during their run.
Thank the MIGOS we changed the game!!!
— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) April 11, 2021
While some will try to refute Offset’s claims, others may wholeheartedly agree with him. Their story of how they got started and formed their sound is inspiring, and their music has consistently topped the charts for years. They have had a huge impact on a lot of young musicians, and that isn’t going to change anytime soon.