Culture III

Migos - Culture III
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2021 Ratings: #304 / 327
User Score
Based on 458 ratings
2021 Ratings: #392
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A huge undertaking, ‘Culture 3’ is marked by its dense array of sonic reference points. It’s a huge record, a panoramic thriller that places three incendiary MCs against a digital orchestra – an ambitious, lavish, and extraordinarily successful release.


‘Culture III’ is more focused than its exhausting 24-track-long predecessor, but a stricter edit here could’ve enhanced the experience even further.

Rolling Stone

This is music for the return of festivals, the return of freaknik, the return of the fun, everything missed indoors last year. You’re not supposed to play this in your room, or amongst your friends over Zoom.


The rap trio’s latest, like its predecessor, can become a slog and at times seems shoddily constructed. But at its best, the album is a callback to their inspired peak.

Entertainment Weekly

The Atlanta trio aren’t concerned with forging new habits so much as consolidating old ones.

The Needle Drop

The most creatively bankrupt thing to bear the Migos name thus far.

If you actually think this is as bad as Culture 2 or even remotely bad then i really can't trust you anymore lmao. Also, if you're really going to point out some stupid lyrics and call that a good reason for this not being good, then just shut the fuck up homie. Cuz that would essentially call many classics trash.

Migos' return to former glory is finally here. And it's worth it. Not only they don't fuck around and make shitty songs or anthems, but they deliver a fresh batch of refreshing, ... read more
Mad respect for getting drake to rap over a woodblock
made me sad seeing 8 ratings with an average of 63 literally 45 mins after the project came out when the album is over a hour.. but whatever aoty weird like that.

goddamn but after culture 2's disappointment migos have delivered a great album. needed more tracks produced by zaytoven tho. on having our way drake's party was wayyy to long. he was floating but like i dont want 2 nd a half mins of just that yk . some weird moments, like polo g's verse on malibu that shit was wack. rest of the ... read more
This was such an infuriatingly boring listen.

I’ve liked Migos in the past, specifically Culture, but even Culture 2 to an extent. Yeah, Culture 2 was ridiculously long, and it completely threw away the shorter and concise project that Culture was for a long and bloated tracklist that didn't need to be that long, but there were some great highlights on that album that made it a somewhat decent record. But I was worried about what they would do next, especially with as many boring ... read more
The album has very interesting elements, but even with very creative instrumentals, the artists manage to be completely inexpressive.

Migos are called by many as the "TRAP KINGS", and yes, they managed to give a new face to a sub-genre that was stagnant, but unfortunately the innovation is only in the instrumental sample.
The beats on this album are definitely the most interesting I've seen on TRAP in recent years, and unfortunately we don't owe it to the Migos members, but to the ... read more
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Track List

  1. Avalanche
  2. Having Our Way (feat. Drake)
  3. Straighten
  4. Type Shit (feat. Cardi B)
  5. Malibu (feat. Polo G)
  6. Birthday
  7. Modern Day
  8. Vaccine
  9. Picasso (feat. Future)
  10. Roadrunner
  11. What You See (feat. Justin Bieber)
  12. Jane (Birkin)
  13. Antisocial (feat. Juice WRLD)
  14. Why Not
  15. Mahomes
  16. Handle My Business
  17. Time For Me
  18. Light It Up (feat. Pop Smoke
  19. I Need It (feat. NBA Youngboy)
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Added on: November 21, 2019