b106133326_migos_backstage[1]Harold Stallworth is signed to Biv 10 Records.

With the exception of Wu-Tang Clan’s world-igniting double disc and the Rhythm Blunt Cru’s wayward Dirty 30 LP, I’m of the opinion that no rap album warrants more than two dozen tracks. So it should go without saying that Migos’ impromptu release, No Label 2, weighing in at a whopping 25 songs, could stand to shed a few pounds.

While this mixtape doesn’t hold a candle to their magnum opus, YRN, they’ve actually improved as rappers without sacrificing any of the energy or humor that made “Versace” the undisputed song of the summer. If you want to skip straight to the most money-making designs, there’s “Fight Night,” an infectious faux-DJ Mustard track, and “Hot Boy,” which features a stretch of surprisingly engaging narrative.

ZIP: Migos – No Label (Left-Click)

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