He may have been left off of “Bad and Boujee”, but this week’s headlines are all about Takeoff.
On this day in the middle of summer we come together to shoot off fireworks, eat hot dogs, and celebrate our founding fathers, DJ Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash, and Afrika Bambaataa, and the vision of freedom and funk they imagined for our nation.
This week Migos celebrate Takeoff’s birthday, talk about Lysol in a song with Lil Yachty and Steve Aoki, and announce a sequel to an iconic rap album.
Clear your calendars for October 10 and take off to Auckland! Also, please take your favorite Migos correspondent with you.
In this week’s news: Takeoff got a chain that’s out of this world, some homeboys convinced people at Coney Island that they were Migos, and I missed seeing Migos live because I wanted to drink Hennessy and eat pasta instead.
It may be Memorial Day, but I’m convinced that Migos never rest so neither will I!
Movement Festival in Detroit is back again, and for the 4th (confirm) year, WIUX will be there, covering all the action.
It’s Monday which means it is time to catch up on what those rascals in Migos have been up to this week!
Earlier today, Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump’s pick for the vacant U.S. Supreme Court seat, was officially sworn in as the high court’s 113th justice. Gorsuch’s accession to the court came after one of the most controversial Senate procedural maneuvers in U.S. history. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) employed the “nuclear option” to move…
“There’s a new sheriff in town.” Nikki Haley, one-time governor of South Carolina and now U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, received standing ovation after standing ovation at the 2017 AIPAC policy conference. Every year, the pro-Israel lobby convenes an annual gathering of supporters, boasting an astonishing number of high profile policy makers from both…