20 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hot off the success of their online hits “Versace” and “Hannah Montana,” Migos use No Label II to reaffirm their patent: an inimitable balance of dense half-time beats and rapid double-time raps. A squadron of innovative Atlanta producers creates a stunning backdrop of noises. “Contraband,” “M&M’s,” and “Payola” are quintessential Migos, with rumbling, elastic beats; the raps fly from the songs like sparks from a pinwheel. “Fight Night,” however, provides a new twist on the group’s recipe, as an uptempo, burping bassline coaxes new vivacities from the three longtime partners.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hot off the success of their online hits “Versace” and “Hannah Montana,” Migos use No Label II to reaffirm their patent: an inimitable balance of dense half-time beats and rapid double-time raps. A squadron of innovative Atlanta producers creates a stunning backdrop of noises. “Contraband,” “M&M’s,” and “Payola” are quintessential Migos, with rumbling, elastic beats; the raps fly from the songs like sparks from a pinwheel. “Fight Night,” however, provides a new twist on the group’s recipe, as an uptempo, burping bassline coaxes new vivacities from the three longtime partners.

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