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Did You Miss It? Migos Reportedly “Beat & Stomped” Sean Kingston In Vegas Fight

If reports and the lumps on singer/rapper Sean Kingston’s head are to be believed, ‘Bad & Boujee’ beaus Migos don’t limit their big hits to the charts.

Breaking news late Tuesday night (February 21) points to the trio as the culprits in a physical altercation that left Kingston bruised, battered, and bewildered after confronting the ‘Fight Night’ hitmakers in Vegas.

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Official: Calvin Harris Announces Frank Ocean & Migos Collaboration ‘Slide’

Calvin Harris has put an end to the speculation.

He has indeed teamed with Frank Ocean and the cut has officially been christened ‘Slide.’

The summer sounding smash also features Migos.

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Did You Miss It? Migos Brings ‘Bad & Boujee’ To ‘Ellen’

As ‘Bad & Boujee’ continues its domination of rap and pop charts, Migos are still looking for new audiences to introduce the tune to.

Their latest stop? Ellen‘s daytime talk show.

Tuck in below to see how the trio had the audience rocking with their imaginary crock-pots:


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Migos Moves To Motown

Motown has welcomed Migos to its family!

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Did You Miss It? Migos Met With Backlash For Slamming ILoveMakonnen For Coming Out As Gay

Rap Trio Offer Apology After Twitter Dragging

Migos has been on top of the world since the turn of the year.

After laying claim to their first chart-topping single with ‘Bad & Boujee,’ the success of the viral tune helped boost its parent album – ‘Culture’ – to the top of the Billboard 200 (where it can be found this week).  But, as many-an-act can tell you, there’s no high that can’t come to a swift end thanks to a PR disaster.  And, if the recent Twitter response to some controversial comments made by the Atlantan trio is any indication, they could be headed in that negative direction.

That’s right, after Rolling Stone magazine highlighted the rappers’ newfound success, the ‘Fight Night’ emcees took time to weigh in on singer/rapper ILoveMakonnen‘s recent decision to come out the closet:

“Damn Makonnen!” said Quavo, seemingly surprised at the support his “Whip It (Remix)” co-star received. “They supported him?” Offset, another group member, added: “That’s because the world is fucked up.” Takeoff, the third group member, chimed in: “This world is not right.

“We ain’t saying it’s nothing wrong with the gays,” says Quavo. But he suggests that Makonnen’s sexuality undermines his credibility, given the fact that “he first came out talking about trapping and selling Molly, doing all that.”

He frowns. “That’s wack, bro.”

” – Rolling Stone, 2017

Needless to say, this didn’t sit well with many-a-Migos supporter.  Read the response inside and get into the group’s apology for the hoopla:


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Chart Check [Hot 100]: Migos Maintains Control With ‘Bad & Boujee’

Rap trio Migos’ inaugural chart-topper, ‘Bad & Boujee,’ is proving itself no fly-by-night hit.

Flown to the top of charts (like its predecessor ‘Black Beatles’ by Rae Sremmurd) thanks to a viral response on social media, ‘Bad’ can also thank some serious streaming and fair digital sales for keeping it atop the charts for a 3rd non-consecutive week.

Billboard reports:

“The track tops the Streaming Songs chart for a fifth week with 47 million U.S. streams in the week ending Jan. 26, according to Nielsen Music. It also leads the audio subscription services-based On-Demand Streaming Songs chart for a fifth week (19.7 million on-demand clicks).

“Bad” rebounds 4-3 on Digital Song Sales (51,000 downloads sold, down 25 percent) and jumps 27-23 on Radio Songs, gaining by 20 percent to 49 million in airplay audience.”

Curious to see who joined Migos on this week’s refreshed Hot 100?  Tuck in below to find out:

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Chart Check [Hot 100]: Migos’ ‘Bad & Boujee’ Bumps Ed Sheeran From #1

Just as quickly as he made history on last week’s Hot 100, it appears Ed Sheeran disappeared from the top of the chart.  As we previously reported, Sheeran’s comeback releases – ‘Shape of You’ and ‘Castle on the Hill’ – etched his name in history books as he became the first artist to simultaneously debut two new singles in the top 10 (#1 and #6 respectively).

The reign was short lived, however, as this week Migos – who Sheeran replaced at the chart’s summit last week to accomplish the history-making feat – have regained the position with their viral hit ‘Bad & Boujee.’

See who joins them in the top 25 of this week’s refreshed ‘TGJ Chart Check’:


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