Migos released their latest song, "Roll On." The song is a collaboration between the Atlanta rap group and New York's French Montana. Migos' Quavo strikes first with the opening verse, switching up his flow halfway through to showcase a nimble delivery. French gets melodic with his second verse, and the song closes with a rapid-fire verse from Takeoff, who not only refers to "that white" as "that Mary [Kate] and Ashley [Olsen]," but also refers to it as "that Dylan and Cody [Sprouse]." Now that wasn't the Disney Channel name drop you were expecting.

The song, naturally, is filled with more drug references, along with sports references (the song has previously been called "OJ Mayo," as the song's hook mentions the basketball player) and tons of adlibs. Meanwhile, the beat is supplied by Zaytoven, who employs a simple yet somewhat left-field piano loop and infuses it with trap drums.

Migos and French have finished shooting a video for "Roll On" during the taping of the BET Hip-Hop Awards in Atlanta a couple of weekends ago. It should be coming out some time this week. Also coming out soon is the third member of the Atlanta rap trio, Offset; the group is starting to plan out the welcome home party already.

[via XclusivesZone]

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