Migos All Set For Their Debut Australian Tour In October

Friday 16 June 2017

Migos All Set For Their Debut Australian Tour In October

Migos—the biggest rap group on the planet right now—are touring Australia for the first time this October, hitting major venues with their brand of rap and hiphop music.

The Atlanta trio will first be blowing the roofs of Metro City in Perth, then will party it out with fans at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion. The group will then set Brisbane Riverstage ablaze before wrapping up the tour at the Hisense Arena in Melbourne.

Migos are riding high on the success of their Billboard number one album 'Culture' which was released in January. The album spawned their breakthrough international mega-hit 'Bad and Boujee', their first US number one single which boasts a whopping 700 million plays across YouTube and Spotify. The LP also features worldwide smashes 'T-Shirt' (270 million plays), 'Slippery' (80 million plays) and 'Get Right Witcha' (70 million plays), all complemented by remarkable music videos which have become a staple of the Migos brand.

Enjoying an extraordinary year-long winning streak that shows no signs of slowing down, Migos have become the must-have rap feature for the year’s biggest pop hits, with stand-out appearances on Calvin Harris' 'Slide' (240 million Spotify streams) and Katy Perry's 'Bon Appetit' (200 million plays) alongside singles from the likes of Sean Paul and Lil Yachty.

Simultaneously, Quavo, who makes up one-third of Migos, has bulit a reputation as one of the world’s most exciting rap stars in his own right with features on DJ Khaled’s worldwide triumph 'I’m the One' alongside Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne (500 million plays), Post Malone's massive 'Congratulations' (440 million plays) and Travis Scott's platinum single 'Pick Up the Phone' alongside Young Thug (180 million plays).

Music runs in the blood of the three Migos members—Takeoff is Quavo’s nephew and Offset is Quavo’s cousin—who first broke into the scene in 2013 through their modern rap classic 'Versace'. The single generated so much heat for the emerging group that Drake jumped on the official remix and Migos had officially arrived. In the following years, the trio continued to build a huge cult following an incredibly prolific series of mixtapes and their 2015 debut album 'Yung Rich Nation'.

Grab your tickets and catch Migos on their debut Australian tour this October!

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