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Migos change name of debut album, new album artwork

Atlanta Rap trio Migos announce the new name of their debut album, ‘Young Rich Nation’, dropping July 31 on Quality Control Music (distributed by 300 Entertainment). They also unveil the new artwork for the LP, which features all three members Quavo, Offset and Takeoff emblazoned on one of their signature gold medallions. The album is available for pre-order now and all purchases will automatically receive ‘One Time’, ‘Pipe It Up’ and ‘Recognition’ as instant grat tracks.

On the heels of releasing their highly successful debut clothing line Young Rich Nation that’s been selling out across the country, their hit track ‘Fight Night’ has officially been certified Gold by the RIAA. Further solidifying that it’s their time, Migos were recently profiled in Rolling Stone magazine who then crowned them “Atlanta’s hottest Rap group”. The print issue hits newsstands on July 31.

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