How did Vogue manage to keep up with the runaway success that is Migos? Hop in a sprinter van and ask the biggest rap group in the world a succession of “rapper-fire” questions, of course.
In the midst of NYFW activities, the fashion bible caught up with the “Bad and Boujee” rappers to dish on all things Atlanta, Versace, and the probability of time travel. Here are a few things we learned:
Quavo is a proud member of the Bey Hive.
The charismatic frontman is looking forward to work with the ‘Lemonade’ singer in the near future. “I would love to collaborate with B,” Quavo told Vogue. “She’s the Queen.”
If the rap trio could travel back in time, they would go to the ’60s.
To politic with Malcolm X and James Brown, of course.
Migos has at least 500,000 unreleased songs.
If we thought “Bad and Boujee” and “T-Shirt” were the pinnacle of their triplet flow, we can only imagine what kind of heat they’re sitting on.
The group owns so many silk Versace shirts, that they probably could lend you a rack full.
Migos’ 2013 break out hit “Versace” was clearly inspired by a shared passion of theirs.
Above all, family means the most to the rap trio.
While Migos are often decorated in expensive jewels and lavish fits, the fame and fortune hasn’t skewed their family values. “I need my family,” Takeoff told Vogue. “They keep you up when you’re down.”
Catch the full interview below.