Migos's Culture 2 is a hit, tracking just a bit south 200K in its opening week.
The reviews the trio's third album have been more mixed.
In an interview with Pigeons and Planes, DJ Durel -- who describes himself as Migos's "producer, DJ, engineer, and a brother" -- explained that the boys from Atlanta sped through album's recording.
Culture 2 had 24 tracks, meaning they could have recorded it in a long day.
Do you think their speedy strategy worked, or would they have had stronger material if they spent a little more time in the studio?