The Migos finally dropped their highly-anticipated project Culture II on Jan. 26 and the internet has a lot to say about it. The album is 24 tracks long, but it seems that fans are really only talking about one collaborated single.
The song, “Walk It Talk It,” is the track that everyone is broadcasting their opinions about on Twitter. While the record is definitely one of the trio’s catchier singles, the hype probably has something to do with the fact that Drake is a featured guest on it. And thanks to Drizzy, a majority of people online think it’s the album’s best track.
Drake’s verse switches up the flow on the otherwise mid-tempo trap song. On the verse, the OVO rapper drops a few bars that may be taking shots at artists who pose like they are living better than they are. “Heard you living in a mansion in all your raps though / But you s**t look like the trap on this Google Maps, though,” he spits.
While some fans didn’t think the new collaboration comes even close to their previously released track, “Versace (Remix),” many think the new song demonstrates some form of evolution between Drake and Migos.
Listen to “Walk It Talk It” and check out the first-listen reviews below.
THE NEW MIGOS SONG FEATURING DRAKE????? sheeeeesh😩🔥 pic.twitter.com/Em3o6gHUEs— 🅰Ⓜ️ (@ashjemima) January 26, 2018
Drake does a feature and now it isn't even considered a migos album lol— JL (@NewJaeCity) January 26, 2018
How does drake have the best verse in a 24 track Migos album 🤔— Joey Georgees (@JoeywithJ) January 26, 2018
DRAKE MADE THE MIGOS ALBUM 30x BETTER— El Negro 🌯🌮 (@IGPerfectionist) January 26, 2018
Yoooo that new Migos and Drake so flaming I gotta that new Culture!!— Shontae (@blaqdahlia25) January 26, 2018
The Drake feature on #CULTUREII isn’t a great song, but bc it’s Drake and Migos, it’ll definitely be that song that everyone sings at a party— Brian Nuñez (@brianmnunez) January 26, 2018
Walk It Talk It x Migos & Drake 🔥🔥— 🌸 (@ShawtyxLight) January 26, 2018
Says enough that the most interested I am when I see a Migos tracklist is in the quality of the Drake verse— Rex Trillerson (@LilBabyHos13) January 26, 2018
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