“Mama told me…” that the Migos are literally everywhere. Atlanta’s platinum-selling rap crew (Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff) have been spotted on fan favorite TV shows like Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Tonight Show, and even the Ellen Show since being shouted out by Donald Glover at the Golden Globes. In addition to having one of the most popular records in the country, the trio is out here living up to their album’s name and famous line, “Do it for the culture.”

Recently, the Migos joined the beautiful Cari Champion on ESPN’s SportsCenter and chopped it up about their rise to fame, the definition of “Bad & Boujee,” the Atlanta Falcons’ Super Bowl loss, their favorite football players and more.



“We always make music and continue to make hits,” Quavo said of the group’s work ethic. “Every time we get days off we try to go home and record five or six songs.”

And what is a Migos interview without a few ad-libs? The crew hilariously made watching Stephen Curry highlights even better by narrating the action. How fun?

By the way, Migos if you see this, we want you to stop by the EBONY office!



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