Migos are an American hip-hop group consisting of three members: Quavo, Takeoff and Offset. They are originally from Atlanta, Georgia.
Keeping it in the family, Quavious Marshall (aka Quavo) is Kirshnik Ball’s (aka Takeoff) uncle, and is Kiari Cephus’ (aka Offset) cousin. The trio have collaborated with various other artists like Drake, Justin Beiber, ASAP Ferg, Soulja Boy, Travis Scott and R. Kelly. Their 2013 single “Versace” was a viral hit, and peaked within the top 100 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was this single that got Drake involved in wanting to take part in a remix, which he performed live at the 2013 iHeart radio Music Festival.
On 13 June 2013, they released their mixtape “Y.R.N” shortly followed by a live performance at rap radio station Hot 107.9. Early the following year the group released their second mix tape, “No Label 2” which turned out to be a widely popular online download, reaching over 100,000 downloads just in the first week alone; eventually the mix tape reached certified gold status. By 2014 the group re-mastered the mix tape and made “No Label 2” a full-length album. 2014 also found them signing with 300 Entertainment and led off with their first single “Fight Night.” The single had peaked at Number 69 on the Hot 100 list and has so far been one of their most successful single to date.