You are all actors working for Lyor Cohen on the 300 Entertainment payroll.
That's the only explanation which could possibly justify the ridiculous t'internet hyperbole surrounding this awful new Migos mixtape. Of course, this is no different than when ironic dickheads claimed No Label 2 was better than Illmatic, but at least that 'tape contained one bonafide classic which made you forget the multitude of sins spread across its other 24 dud songs. All this new Rich N*gga Timeline 'tape has is a couple of aiight songs and 17 sluggish tracks which make me think that Lyor's vision of sending them off to Sweden to record an album of bork-pop bangerz with Stargate and Benny & Björn from ABBA wouldn't be such a bad idea after all.
If there was ever a group who need to adopt the current Rae Sremmurd business model of drip-feeding a single out every few months, it's Migos: these guys couldn't make a half-decent mixtape if their mansion's shared closet of rhinestone t-shirts & pleather high-tops with 7 different velcro straps instead of laces depended on it. R.I.P to Nate Dogg - I Got Love but I also had to Regulate. Thus, here's a generic list of 12 rap crew songs released in the past 12 months which empirically obliterate anything on this new shitty Migos 'tape into smithereens.
Rae Sremmurd - No Type (2014)
S.B.E - I Feel Like (2013)
Pushaz Ink - When I Was Gone (2014)
Young Money - Senile (2014)
Rich Gang - Freestyle (2014)
Sicko Mobb - Fiesta (2013)
Trill Fam - Pray For Me (2014)
HS87 - Grindin' My Whole Life (2014)
The 99 Percent - Shabooyah! (2014)