The Migos are proving that they are more than just rappers as they diversify their profile with a new business venture. The Atlanta trio has partnered with a Canadian company to roll out a very fresh three-wheeled motorcycle called the Ryker.

This might get ugly. Chris Brown took exception to Migos rapper Offset’s…ahem…”critique” of the R&B singer sharing a 21 Savage meme—and man has he responded. 

We not here for the Maroon 5 halftime show, so the good folks at EA Sports decided to provide some real entertainment Atlanta style to properly kickoff Super Bowl week with the #EASportsBowl. Here is how you can watch all of the action. 

Music festival season is officially upon us and it looks like a ticket to Miami this summer is a must. The lineup for Rolling Loud has been announced and it is stacked.


You know once a soft drink company decides to put you, you done made it. Snd now that Bill O’Reilly is officially sidelined due to his predatory ways there’s no one around to cockblock rap stars from securing that bag.

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member Layzie Bone had time on Christmas. The rapper let the Migos know on wax with on his holiday diss record “Let Me Go Migo” that he wasn’t feeling their assertion that they are the “biggest group ever.“

In a beef we didn’t see coming, Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony fame had some strong words for the Migos over which group is the best of all time. In response, Offset threw a shot at Layzie thus sparking a discussion on Twitter between the older and younger generation of Hip-Hop fans.

The Migos clean up nice as they hit the latest edition of XXL as a group and in three separate covers. Due on newsstands December 31, the magazine deems Quavo Migos’ “head honcho,” while Offset and Takeoff are considered the group’s “Certified Star” and “Silent Assassin,” respectively.

Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset are reportedly suing their former business partner after a clothing line deal went sour. The Migos rappers claim they have not received their cut of the royalties they’re owed.


James Cordon has had some pretty big names in Hip-Hop for his fan-favorite skit, Carpool Karaoke, but no one saw his latest guests coming along for the ride in his latest episode.

Takeoff and Quavo have both released their solo albums and now fans are waiting on Offset’s. Good news is, it sounds like the project is going to be lit.

If you’re still disappointed about Maroon 5 being selected to perform at Super Bowl LIII Pepsi Halftime Show this year, don’t worry EA Sports got you.