Although Migos have dominated most of 2017, the Atlanta trio is already looking to the new year to continue leaving their mark on the culture.

During a New York Times piece profiling the Atlanta-based label Quality Control, a massive detail was woven subtly into the feature: Migos’ highly anticipated follow-up to 2017’s chart-topping Culture has officially been scheduled for an early 2018 release.

Per the NYT article, the Migos’ new album, aptly titled Culture 2, is due out sometime in January. The piece also highlights that Lil Yachty’s Lil Boat 2 mixtape is scheduled for later this year and will be released sometime in December. "Now, with two well-oiled moneymakers who have refused to fizzle — Lil Yachty’s 'Lil Boat 2' mixtape is scheduled for late December and Migos’s 'Culture 2,' featuring the single 'MotorSport,' is due out in January — Pee and Coach can shift focus to building sustainable careers for its “farm team” of young Atlanta rappers, including Lil Baby, Marlo and Mak Sauce, while simultaneously expanding its brand into television, film and more," the author writes.

Lil Yachty has also recently announced a joint mixtape with Lil Pump, promising fans the new tape will arrive at the top of the new year.

In other Migos-related news, the beloved trio, comprised of QuavoOffset and Takeoff,  also recently appeared on the cover of XXL Magazine’s 20th-anniversary issue. During the group's sit-down with XXL Editor-in-Chief Vanessa Satten, the trio reflects on their own rise to fame, and also reveal their favorite XXL Magazine cover.

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