Migos have been on a bit of a media blitz with the release of Culture II, detailing how the project came together. They already sat down for an interview with Big Boy, and now they've talked Culture II on The Breakfast Club, as well. Immediately, they're asked what "culture" means to them. "We the boys who started all this crazy flow, this crazy ice," Quavo responded. 

Speaking about how they had to make last-minute changes to the project, with some coming just three days before its release date, Quavo explained, "We try to hold on to it..., cause you know albums be leaking." During the lengthy interview, which runs almost half an hour, they also talk about how they've paid tribute to some hip-hop greats, highlighting how Offset shouted out the Wu-Tang Clan on "Ghostface Killers." 

They also talk about Offset's recent homophobic lyric on YFN Lucci’s song, “Boss Life.” Moving on from that, during which Offset doubles down on his apology, they tease the Migos biopic they've talked about in the past. Kanye West pops up in the conversation too, with Quavo explaining how Yeezy's contribution to Culture II came to happen.

Near the end of the interview, Quavo and Offset continue to highlight just how much they believe Takeoff is the best rapper in Migos. The conversation then turns to Takeoff's line about Nicki Minaj on "Motorsport," and laughing ensues. It's an interesting interview that covers a number of topics, with Charlamagne tha God not shying away from the tough questions.