Takeoff: Kirshnik Khari Ball
Offset: Kiari Kendrell Cephus
Quavo: Quavious Keyate Marshall
Migos is an American hip-hop trio from Georgia. Formed in 2008, they are comprised of rappers Takeoff, Offset and Quavo. The three were raised together by Takeoff’s mother (Quavo’s older sister).
Their breakout single “Versace” was released in 2013. The trio have each made their own impact on the hip-hop world through their solo careers, appearances, inevitable beef with other rappers (namely Joe Budden) and remixes.
Quavo and Offset are cousins and Takeoff is Quavo’s nephew. All three were raised together by Takeoff’s mother (and Quavo’s older sister).
Takeoff is 25, Offset is 27 years old and Quavo is 28 years old.
Migos’ net worth is roughly $50 million.
As of 2022, the Migos are still together. But there have been rumors of a potential break-up looming.
Migos is formed by Takeoff, Offset and Quavo. They are originally called Polo Club.
The group’s first mixtape titled Juug Season is released.
Migos release mixtape No Label.
Migos release single “Versace.” The single becomes their breakout – finding even more recognition after it’s remixed by Drake later that year.
Migos release mixtape Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas).
Migos release No Label 2.
The group sign to 300 Entertainment.
Single “Fright Night” is released.
Migos release their first single “One Time” from their upcoming debut album.
The trio release their debut album, Yung Rich Nation. After a show at Georgia’s Southern University the group and 12 members of their entourage are arrested for marijuana possession. Takeoff, Quavo and half of the entourage are released from custody. Offset and the other six remain. While in custody, Offset is charged with battery and inciting a riot. Offset was later released after eight months in custody.
Migos leave label 300 Entertainment to go independent.
Migos release new mixtape Back to the Bando despite Offset still being held in custody.
Single “Look at My Dab” gains worldwide attention after the signature dance move goes viral.
Young Rich Niggas 2 is released.
Kanye West announces he has signed Migos to GOOD Music – the group later claim they weren’t affiliated with West.
Migos release the first single from their new album. The single, titled “Bad and Boujee,” becomes the group’s first number one single in the US.
The trio’s second studio album, Culture II is released.
Migos partner with TIDAL to release a new documentary, Culture, about the group’s journey to fame.
Single “Bad and Boujee” and album Culture are nominated at the 2018 Grammy Awards.
The Washington Avenue Armory sues the group for “inciting a riot” at the venue three years prior. Six people were stabbed and one attendee sued the band after suffering facial injuries.
Migos give us a masterclass in hip-hop jewerly.