The Migos current album Culture II is laced with 24 tracks. In 2015, Quavo and Takeoff sat down with DJ Vlad and spoke about their recording process and how they can pump out so many songs. “We’re in the studio every day up until the weekend. We hit the road, do shows, come back [and] get right back into the studio. We’ve got too many projects to put out, we’ve got too much and we got s**t on the radio but we gotta keep the streets fed,” Quavo explained. “And keeping the streets fed is very godd**n hard.”

During their talk with DJ Vlad, Quavo and Takeoff discussed the process of writing their hit tracks. According to them, they can make an entire mixtape in three days tops, creating up to five or six songs a day – they even claimed to have recorded and finished their smash “Fight Night” in only 30 minutes, while most singles take no more than 45.

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