After engaging in a short-lived rift with Chief Keef earlier this month, Atlanta crew Migos are back to business with the release of a remix to Drake's new "Trophies" anthem.
The unexpected track has started to make its rounds online this week.
Migos wastes no time remixing Drake's new anthem "Trophies." The Atlanta trio, who collaborated with October's Very Own on the remix to "Versace," stack some bars over the Hit-Boy-produced beat for their #MigosMondays series. However, this version may not actually be a remix, but a demo. (Rap-Up)
Drake made "Trophies" official by attaching artwork to its release yesterday (December 30).
Drake releases "Trophies," a record that didn't make his third studio album Nothing Was The Same. The record is produced by Hit-Boy with additional production from Hagler and 40. Prior to Nothing Was The Same coming out Drake teased "Trophies" in a video trailer that included the opening melody and a number of luxury cars cruising through town at night. The Toronto MC would later preview some of the song during Would You Like a Tour? in October. (Complex)
Drizzy's delayed and unreleased Nothing Was The Same track surfaced online Sunday (December 29).
I had quite possibly the best day I've had in a while, and while I was randomly perusing clearing my inbox this lands in it. Shortly after releasing his take on Soulja Boy's (surprisingly dope) "We Made It," the (obviously rough and unfinished version but) highly-anticipated and much-talked-about collaboration between Hit-Boy and Drizzy has finally arrived just in time for your New Year's celebration. (2 Dope Boyz)
While he would not confirm the speculation, Migos group member Quavo recently spoke out on a speculated Chief Keef feud.
"Like ya mama used to say, 'If the shoe fit, that's it," Quavo of Migos told MTV News. It all became public on December 5 when Keef sent out a tweet that read, "Heard Migos sneak dissin No Talkin." Migos member Offset responded with a now-deleted tweet that read "Will b in Chiraq Next Week Pull Up @ChiefKeef." The ATL group responsible for 2013 rap favorites like "Versace" and "Hannah Montana" sparked tons of speculation when they dropped "Jealously" this week, with lyrics including, "Ain't never did a sneak diss/ 'Cause my hitman quick to put you on that hit list." (MTV)
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