Quavo Confirms That Migos’ ‘Culture III’ Is Finished and Dropping in 2021
The rapper explained that the trio had to postpone a lot of stuff due to COVID-19, speaking on the Kevin Durant-co-hosted podcast The ETCs, and that they’re just waiting to ring in the new year as they have huge plans that revolve around Culture III.
We’re just waiting for Culture III right now. We’re done with the record. We’re just waiting for 2021, man, so you can turn it up. Right now, we don’t want to lower it,” he said.
Quavo said, “We want the commotion, we want to move, we want to be outside.
We’d like to drop it off and go on a walk. We want to listen to an album and get people in a thang and really listen to the album.
No album can be dropped and I can’t let the internet judge my album. Everything really doesn’t make sense.
Everything I want is to be with friends. I want to affect people, and that’s what we do at the beginning of the year.
Culture III has also undergone a number of delays; the project was first supposed to drop in 2019 after Quavo announced the details in an interview in October 2018, but a Twitter Q&A with Offset in March 2019 reported that the album was dropping in 2020 instead.
Culture III was supposed to drop this year but @Migos pushed it back when the pandemic began.
Now, it’s on the way “at the top of the year” according to @QuavoStuntin “We want the commotion… we want to be outside.”
— Boardroom Podcast Network (@boardroompods) December 22, 2020