Migos Announces The Release Date for “Culture III”

Migos—Takeoff, Offset and Quavo—in 2018.
Migos—Takeoff, Offset and Quavo—in 2018. Photo by Kristina Bumphrey/StarPix/REX/Shutterstock (9838984y)

The wait for Migos’ new studio album Culture III is almost over. The hip-hop trio recently announced on social media that the third entry in the Culture trilogy would be out on June 11th.

As part of the announcement, the group posted a press release on Instagram in response to “questions about Culture III.” The release contained the date “June 11th” accompanied by a message: “We’re Back.”

Shortly after, they also revealed the cover art for the album.

The news comes just a few days after Migos shared “Straightenin,” their first track of 2021. The song serves as the third single from Culture III following 2020’s releases “Give No Fxk” and “Need It.”

Migos confirmed Culture III, their fourth studio effort, in 2018 when Quavo told Associated Press that the album should be expected in early 2019. The album was then pushed back to early 2020 before the coronavirus pandemic forced the group to delay it once again.

In the meantime, each member of Migos released a solo album of their own. Quavo presented Quavo Huncho in October 2018, followed by Takeoff’s The Last Rocket in November of the same year. Offset released his Father of 4 in early 2019.

The group also took part in other projects, releasing several songs from Quarantine Mixtape and doing a number of features and guest appearances.