Whatever you say about the Migos, we gonna change your mind.
I'm not gonna say something unless I really feel comfortable around you. Unless I feel like I know you, I'm not gonna really open up.
Growing up, I was trying to make it in music. I was grinding, which is just what I loved doing. I didn't have nothing else to do. In my spare time, I'd record myself. Find a beat, pulling em up. Just making something and creating for me.
You gotta have fun with a song, make somebody laugh. You gotta have character. A hard punchline can make you laugh, but you gotta know how to say it.
I ain't never did no sports. I just always wanted to rap.
That's my boy, Obama. I'm rocking with him until the end, 'til the wheels fall off.
Migos ain't stopping. We're gonna keep getting better and better.
Before we were Migos, we were called Polo Club and wore them thangs. It was cool back then, but now it's whack.
We want our legacy to stand upon the youth. We want to give knowledge to the younger generation and be a part of changing the game.
You gotta watch everything. You gotta watch how you move, 'cause you a celebrity. You're a target now, so you always gotta do that. Just stay on your tippy toes.
I don't say too much. Quavo and Offset - I don't talk as much as they talk. I observe the scene.
You gotta stay on your P's and Q's. When you popping so hard, got these blessings coming down, you got the devil tryin' to get at you.
My momma's my hairdresser.
You gotta bless others so you can get blessed. Keep it real.
Everybody trying to bite the style ever since we made 'Versace.' But they don't give us credit.
We work pretty fast. I might be working, and I might knock out two, three songs. Quavo might come in two, three himself. Offset might come and do the same.
We owned the mixtape game, and every mixtape we put out was like an album.
In about seventh grade, that's when we started playing around with beats, rhymes.
People think that you're gonna come out, be a one hit wonder, and finished. You gotta prove 'em wrong.
My brothers are my security.
When Quavo was out doing sports, I was in the studio, what we call the bando, making music, going hard.
You gotta give back - it's only right to give back to the people who need it and are less fortunate.
We trendsetters, not trend sweaters.
We never clocked a job.
We play a beat for 15, 20 seconds and know if we want to get on it. When we record a verse, it's no more than 15, 20 minutes. We don't have a pen and paper. We bounce off each other.