Migos is hard at work on their follow-up to 2018’s “Culture II” and Quavo asserts that despite some recent confusion among fans, it won’t be the last for the trio.
Speaking to Billboard during the magazine’s pre-Grammy show, Quavo said the group is still hard at work on “Culture 3.”
“It should be dropping this summer,” said Quavo, whose real name is Quavious Marshall. “So just be ready. We working real hard. We’ve been in the studio countless hours, non-sleep — not even going home to get rest. So, hope y’all ready for it.”
Many fans expressed concern that the album was the last one Migos would produce together. Members Offset, Takeoff and Quavo, have each explored solo projects between the making of the new album. Recently, Offset posted a photo of him with the group and the accompanying caption left fans puzzled about Migos’ fate.
“CULTURE 3 2020 LAST CHAPTER,” the caption read.
“It’s the last chapter,” Quavo told Billboard when asked about the post. “It’s the last chapter of ‘Culture,’ you know what I’m sayin’? We got ‘Culture 1,’ ‘Culture II,’ ‘Culture 3.’ Now it’s time to close that moment of ‘Culture.’ It’s time to move on as the Migos to another journey of life.
“Y’all will see after ‘Culture 3,’” he added. “But it’s not, like, the end of Migos or nothing. Just the last chapter of ‘Culture.’”
Migos has been keeping busy aside from working on the new album. Offset recently debuted his collaboration with Laundered Works Corp. during Paris Fashion Week. Before the close of 2019, Quavo became a brand ambassador for apparel line Lids and caught a screening of his upcoming horror film. Takeoff hasn’t done bad for himself, either. He released the solo album, “The Last Rocket,” less than a year after “Culture II” dropped.
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