Migos chopped it up with The REAL After Party's Bootleg Kev, DJ Damage and Dre Sinatra behind the scenes of their "Stir Fry" music video shoot and the conversation was full of gems.
The rap trio will be dropping their much-anticipated Culture II project on Friday (Jan. 26). When asked if they felt any type of pressure about its release, all three of them said, "Ain't no pressure." Offset added: "We gon' top the [previous Culture] album with this one, fo' sho'." Quavo added: "And it's special because it's the anniversary. Last year, we dropped Culture this time."
Then, Migos began revealing how Pharrell came to produce their latest single, "Stir Fry." Quavo said: "We actually [were] in the studio working on a couple more records... and Pharrell was across the room." He went on: "We [were] there at the same time and it was good vibes... Next thing you know, we ended up making 'Stir Fry.'"
From there, the trio began talking about how Kanye West helped Quavo to flex his production skills some more. "I did a couple beats with Kanye," Q admitted. "He got a crazy, different feel and way." Then, he said that Ye still produces with his original box, keyboard, hard drives and beats. "Just to see that he still cherishes his old stuff that he came in with, I know that he still respects the grind," Quavo told REAL.
During the sit-down, Offset also expressed how he wanted the group to be acknowledged for being one of the best acts in the game right now. Takeoff also spoke about if he'll be dropping a solo project this year. So, without further ado, peep Migos' behind-the-scenes interview from the "Stir Fry" video shoot above. The "Stir Fry" music video is coming soon!
Also, be sure to check out the iHeartRadio Album Release Party with Migos presented by MAGNUM™ Large Size Condoms at the iHeartTheater in Los Angeles, California on Monday (Jan. 22) at 10:00pm ET/7:00pm PT, which will be live-streamed on iHeartRadio's YouTube Channel. REAL 92.3 LA's very own Big Boy will be hosting the event.
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