Believe it or not, Migos do not already have a song called "Ounces." That one comes today, produced by Metro Boomin and Zaytoven, who lace Quavo, Offset and Takeoff with a typically playful beat with a creeping violin sample.
At this point, we know what Migos tracks are about by their titles: Trying to "get rid of them ounces / ounces, ounces, ounces" in this case. But Migos are not switching their style up because there's presently no reason to. Their bubbling flows and jackhammer hooks still feel like one of the most novel styles right now.
"Ounces" is presumably off their forthcoming mixtape Y.R.N. 2, which is set to drop imminently.