Migos 2

REVIEW: Migos’ Y.R.N. 2 (Young Rich Ni$$aS)


migo young rich niggas 2Migos Show The Dab Movement Is Strong With Y.R.N. 3

(AllHipHop Reviews) While many claim to be the originators, the Migos say they are the ones that really brought you the dabbing dance – let there be no argument about that. And while they got the game all rapping like them and Cam Newton dabbing all over the field, the guys really took over with their unique rhyme patterning and animated style of videos. They are signed to that 300 Ent. for now and while much controversy has erupted after a Migos x Young Thug album was blocked by label head Lyor Cohen, we know the guys have some big things planned in 2016 – regardless of what imprint they are under.

This is a sequel but their movement has only gotten stronger since the first Y.R.N. project. The guys start off the tape strong with the Will A Fool beat on the “YRN 2 Intro”and from there there tape continues with an accelerating energy. If you like the big body whips, the pills, Actavis, the turn up, the smoke and all that dabbing, this project will entertain. Even if you don’t f**k with Migos, lets be honest the guys do have some skills as far as being word flippers.  Do they punch in?, is it one take? Who cares?  At this point one listen to the “YRN 2 Intro” and “Fall Back” and you can see these guys show signs of an 8 Ball & MGJ-like cohesion to flow and bounce over the beat. They’re prob dabbing at the same time – so that’s coordination and this is entertainment.

As a whole the tape keeps a good energy, but who could tell a Migos stan that it’s not LIT or not as dope as the Y.R.N. original at this point in their career? They are on fire right now, the homie just came home and the streets are gonna love this.  The guys don’t shy away from that taking shots at radio either.  On “You Wanna See”  they rap “the radio full of Mini-Mes.”

After Dun Deal laces the guys with a few early ones, the guys transition to some dopeness with heavy 808 subs and melodic pianos by Murda Beatz, OG Parker, Wheezy and of course Zaytoven. The “WOA” track NEEDS a visual, same with the “Trippin” track. The energy picks up on both of those.  From there the tape continues on and seems to get better as it goes with songs like, “Fall Back” and “Hate It Or Love It.”

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Must Listens: “YRN Intro,” “WOA” “Trippin,” “Flying Coach,” “Fall Back,” “Hate It Or Love It,” “Hoe On A Mission,”