(AllHipHop News) At one point, Migos were the flagship act on the newly formed 300 Entertainment. The Atlanta trio signed with the company in 2014, but apparently, they had to fight to get out of their deal.
Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff were joined by Lil Yachty as well as Quality Control Music heads Kevin "Coach K" Lee and Pierre "Pee" Thomas for a sit down with Complex. The conversation included the crew explaining their issues with the record label founded by Lyor Cohen, Roger Gold, Kevin Liles and Todd Moscowitz.
"300 was the biggest hurdle. They tried to hold us against our will," revealed Offset.
Pee also explained that, at a certain point, 300 prevented Migos from releasing music. He stated, "It was like we were being shackled down. You have to understand, as artists, how frustrating that can be and for us as a company."
Migos' Grammy-nominated Culture album was distributed by 300 Entertainment in 2017. Culture 2 came out under the Motown Records/Capitol Records umbrella earlier this year.