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Quavo of Migos is steamface emoji mad about his label 300 Entertainment holding Migos new album Culture hostage.

2016 has been relatively quiet for Migos after a two-year run of hits and dance phenomenons. They started out the year with their YRN2 mixtape in January, but it seems like ever since the “Dab” died off, so has their dominance on the charts. Part of that can be blamed on their sophomore album Culture being delayed.

With fans salivating over new music, de facto leader Quavo took to twitter to update fans on the Migos new album and send shots at their label 300 Entertainment for holding things up.

The group said that the album was completed earlier this year and expected for it to be out by October. But with October halfway over, it doesn’t look like Culture will be hitting the streets.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen tension between Migos and 300. Migos said they were off the label last year, but then-CEO Lyor Cohen announced they were still under contract. Soon after, group member Offset accused Cohen of blocking the release of their joint project with Young Thug, MigosThuggin.

Migos signed a management deal with G.O.O.D. Music earlier this year.

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