AceShowbiz - Ahead of their highly-anticipated upcoming album "Culture 2", Migos premiered the third single off the album entitled "Supastars" on Monday, January 22. The boastful banger was co-produced by C.N.O.T.E., Buddah Blessed and DJ Durel, and was first premiered on Beats 1.
The nearly-five-minute trap song finds the members rapping about their lavish lifestyle, surrounded by money, women and cars. Quavo handles the hook on this song, rhyming over the luminescent piano loop. "Brand new cars, we buy the bar now/ Swang doors now, f**k on hoes now/ Tats and golds, rock the show," he raps. "Big bank rolls, now she go, uh/ For the team, uh/ Now she wet, don't ski."
The celebratory single followed their two previous tracks, "Motorsports" featuring Nicki Minaj and Cardi B as well as "Stir Fry". After releasing the track, Quavo took to Instagram to share the list of producers who took part in the album making, confirming that Kanye West was really one of the producers for the album. Aside from Kanye, there were also established names like Metro Boomin, Mike Dean and Pharrell Williams.
In a recent interview with Los Angeles radio station REAL 92.3, Quavo discussed working with Kanye. "It's crazy," he said. "He got a crazy different feel. He got all his old s**t that he came, that he had coming in making beats. He still uses his original keyboard and he still has old hard drives, old samples and beats."
"Culture 2" will be released on Friday January 26, and just a day before its release, the three-piece group will take the stage on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon". It will be their second performance on the Jimmy Fallon-hosted show. They previously performed their viral single "Bad and Boujee" alongside Jimmy and The Roots with children's instruments on the show back in March last year.