With Culture III just days away from dropping, the Migos took to social media to share the album art of the highly-anticipated project.
The cover art sees an amalgamation of Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, who are wearing different chains with their faces on them. Culture III marks the trio’s first group release since 2018’s Culture II and is the last installment in the trilogy. The record is a long time coming; it was first announced in 2018 and slated to release the following year, then pushed back to 2020 and then delayed again due to COVID-19. In December 2020, Quavo revealed that they had to delay a lot due to the pandemic and were just waiting to ring in the new year. “Right now, we just waiting on Culture III. We done with the album. We just waiting on 2021, man, so everything can crank up. We don’t wanna drop it right now,” he said.
“This is three years of creativity and sitting back, because we felt like the fans deserved that. We didn’t want to make nobody upset, but our main thing was creating the best project we ever created,” Offset said in a recent Billboard interview. “We gotta top Culture and Culture II and that’s not even about first-week sales. A lot of people get lost in that but it’s about the creativity and the records and what they mean when you talk to me.
Take a look at the album art below. Culture III drops June 11.
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