Watch Migos Make Their Tiny Desk Concert Debut

By Hayden Brooks

August 26, 2021

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Migos have touched down on NPR's Tiny Desk.

On Wednesday (August 25), the NPR Music series released the Atlanta trio's installment, where they delivered cuts from their newest LP, Culture III. Inside of Los Angeles' Gallery Department, Offset, Quavo and Takeoff offered viewers a three-song medley of "Avalanche," "Straightenin" and "Birthday." In an accompanying review to pair with the release, NPR's Latesha Harris, wrote, "Their performance showcases why we first fell in love with the Atlanta trap trio: charismatic synchronization, playful braggadocio and, of course, their exhilarating resurrection of the triplet flow."

“You rockin' with the greatest group of all time," Quavo declared at the end of the 12-minute set.

The album, which dropped four years after their sophomore effort, marked the last installment of their Culture series. The LP boasted a roster of superstars, including Drake, Cardi B, Future, Young Boy Never Broke Again, Polo G, and Justin Bieber, as well as posthumous appearances from Pop Smoke and Juice WRLD.

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