Migos have been forced to put their careers on hold as a trio while Offset awaits trial for gun and drug charges stemming from an April incident during a show at Georgia Southern University where guns and drugs were found in the trio's dressing room. Though their debut LP, YRN: Tha Album was delayed from its original June 16 release date, the Atlanta rap trio of Quavo, Offset and Takeoff has still managed to put out new music at a prolific rate. Not ones to let their fans grow restless, Migos shared two new songs on their soundcloud page this weekend—"John Wick" and "Pretty Little Lady"—which have the flow and the beats you expect from a tune from the "One Time" rappers.
Both cuts are produced by Atlanta beatsmith Deko, who has worked with the likes of OG Maco and Johnny Cinco. "Pretty Little Lady" finds Migos rapping about a woman that they admire. She is not some one-night-stand that is often the subject of their songs, but rather a strong, beautiful and independent woman who is wise beyond her years. This woman is able to support herself financially as well and live life to the fullest. Listen to the track below.
"John Wick" is a return to the street-driven themes of their previous tracks, discussing guns and wearing all black like the character John Wick, which was recently put into film. Listen to the track below.
Migos fans still await the trio's upcoming album YRN: Tha Album. The release date was pushed back to July 31 as a result of the group's pending legal troubles, but we will see—with Offset still in jail—if they have to delay the release once more. Their Yung Rich Nation clothing line will be released on Tuesday.