Migos Share New Track “Supastars” Ahead Of Culture II

Album Culture II Out Tomorrow

Riding a tidal wave of momentum into 2018, Grammy-nominated multi-platinum trio Migos share a new single titled “Supastars” ahead of their forthcoming anticipated album CULTURE II set for release TOMORROW on Quality Control Music / EMI Music Australia.

Produced by Buddah Blessed, the track was featured as a Zane Lowe ‘World Premiere’ earlier today on Apple Music / Beats 1 and is available to stream everywhere now. The group also announces they will be performing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, January 25th US time, the eve of the highly anticipated release of CULTURE II.


“Supastars” comes on the heels of “Stir Fry”, the second single released from CULTURE II which was produced by Pharrell Williams and is the official song of the 2018 NBA All Star weekend. “Stir Fry” has been streamed over 30 million times in total to date. The group’s first single “MotorSport” featuring Nicki Minaj and Cardi B continues its success with over 300 million streams across all platforms while spending its 12th week on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

Migos are nominated for Best Rap Album for the RIAA certified platinum CULTURE album and for Best Rap Performance for the 4x certified platinum single “Bad and Boujee” at the upcoming 2018 Grammy Awards this coming Sunday, January 28th US time.