Migos confirm release date for new album ‘Culture III’

Get ready.

Migos have announced the release date of their upcoming third album, Culture III.

On May 17, the Atlanta trio broke the news on their Instagram, sharing a press release from their label Quality Control Music. The release contained a simple quote from the rappers: “June 11th. We’re back.”


Migos recently shared the single “Straightenin,” alongside a music video. They had teased the album in January with a behind-the-scenes trailer, where Quavo, Offset and Takeoff got together to discuss the release in their studio.

“It’s time for us to crack down and bond and know about our business, and just time to get everything squared away,” Quavo shared in the trailer.

Before the pandemic hit, the album was scheduled for release last year. Since the 2018 release of Culture II, the trio have been dropping one-off tracks, including “Taco Tuesday,” “Racks 2 Skinny” and “Need it,” which tapped Youngboy Never Broke Again.


The members of Migos have also been busy with their own affairs. In February, it was reported that Quavo would make his film debut in Robert DeNiro’s new movie, Wash Me in the River. Last September, Offset made headlines when Cardi B filed for divorce from him, though they eventually reconciled. Meanwhile, Takeoff joined his brother YRN Lingo last October on the track “All Time High.”

Last July, Migos also accused their attorney, Damien Granderson, of “cheating them of millions.” Takeoff was accused in August of sexual assault, which he denied through a lawyer.

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