Migos’ winning streak continues.
On Friday, Hits Daily Double reported that the trio’s chart-topping album Culture II had garnered one billion streams in just 20 days after its release. Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff celebrated the milestone this week, after they were presented with commemorative plaques.
According to HDD, Migos hit the one billion-streams mark “faster than any group ever”; but it’s important to note that several of the album’s tracks were available on streaming services weeks and months before Culture II’s Jan. 26 release. The project’s lead single “Motorsport” dropped all the way back in late October, and its follow-up, “Stir Fry,” arrived on Dec. 20. It’s unclear if the singles’ total stream counts were factored into the one billion total; but it’s still an impressive feat, regardless.
Migos has broken a number of records since Culture II’s debut. Earlier this month, it was reported that the group had tied the Beatles’ longstanding record for the most simultaneous Hot 100 entries among group acts. Several days later, Migos officially broke that record by increasing their Hot 100 entries from 14 tracks to 15.
Stay winning, Migos.