- Not long in the wake of dropping their Culture III collection, Migos delivered their YouTube docuseries Ice Cold on Thursday (July 8).
The series investigates the idea of showing accomplishment through adornments and how Hip Hop has re-imagined the American dream. Each of the four scenes has been delivered simultaneously, highlighting a variety of exceptional visitor rappers across various periods, including Lil Baby, Eric B and Rakim, A$AP Ferg, Slick Rick, Lil Yachty, De La Soul, City Girls, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and French Montana.
Every one of the three individuals from Migos addressed Hypebeast about the series and how gems affect them and Hip Hop in general. “We just felt like it was vital to the way of life to comprehend the precious stones and the gems,” Quavo said.
“It discusses the American dream. It is particularly coming from downtown areas, projects, nothing. At the point when you’re admiring some unacceptable impacts. Sort of, such as, showing where we came from and showing that it’s hard, yet you put gems on to discuss the prizes, and it causes you to feel like someone.”
Counterbalance added, “There are a ton of confusions about gems and squandering cash whatnot. However, there’s a lot of positive perspectives that individuals don’t discuss. So we need to spread that out and let individuals understand how it affects the way of life of us Black individuals, Hip Hop and the world.”
I need you all to be up on the information on adornments,” Takeoff said. “I need you all to become familiar with the significance and importance behind it. It’s been that direction for quite a long time since our predecessors were shaking gold. So it’s a major piece of life, and now it’s a major piece of Hip Hop and the way of life.”
Migos leader created Ice Cold close by Quality Control Music prime supporters Kevin “Mentor K” Lee and Pierre “P” Thomas, with Karam Gill filling in as chief — watch the primary scene underneath.