Quality Control drops new songs with Migos, Young Thug and more

Watch the videos for “Intro” and “Longtime” here.

Quality Control is back with another double dose of great music. This time the Atlanta-based label got Migos, Lil Yachty and Gucci Mane to team up on “Intro,” and Young Thug and 24Heavy on “Longtime.” Both tracks arrived with accompanying videos.

On “Intro,” the rappers trade braggadocious lines about their diamonds over a trap beat provided by DJ Durel. “It’s all love, I ain’t trippin’, it’s all love / Gave my jeweler an M and told him, ‘Ice the club’ / She keep looking for tips, I gave her a cookie nub / ’Cause we looking like icebergs, looking like glacier thugs,” Quavo raps on the opening verse. In the accompanying visual, the five rappers party it up in the club with the ladies while showing off their jewelry.

“Longtime,” on the other hand, features Auto-Tune-heavy vocals from Thugger and 24Heavy over a groovy R&B beat. “Took a long time, but I’m here / Now I’m shinin’, chandelier / I  was a dirty diamond in the rough / But  now I’m polished, see me clear,” they sing on the chorus. The video shows the duo performing in a luxurious mansion, reflecting on their rise to fame.


Both tracks will be featured on Quality Control’s forthcoming compilation, QC’s Quality Control: Control the Streets Volume 2, due out August 16. The label previously released “Come On” by City Girls and Saweetie, and “Baby” by Lil Baby and DaBaby.

Watch the videos for both songs below.

“Intro” by Migos, Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane:


“Longtime” by Young Thug, 24Heavy:

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