The Migos members are making serious waves in spite of various legal issues surrounding some of its members, the Atlanta based hip-hop trio is a rap group made up of three African-American rappers Quavo, Offset and Takeoff. They became very popular in the year 2013 when their single Versace from their mixtape YRN (Young Rich Niggas) ranked 99 in US charts. Since then, the song went viral, giving the Migos members a steady rise to the top.
The rap group was founded in 2008 and is managed by Coach K though they were formerly managed by Atlanta-based rappers Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy. The rap trio was joined by Canadian rapper and singer Drake for an official remix which was performed in 2013 at the iHeartRadion Music Festival.
The Migos members released their first full-length album Yung Rich Nation in 2015 under the label of Quality Control Music and 300 Entertainment and in January 2017, they released their second music offering Culture under the same record labels. The album topped the Billboard charts on the first week of release, Culture II was released in 2018 and was their second chart-topping album in the United States. The group went on to win BET Awards for Best Group and Best Collaboration – 2017 and 2018 respectively.
Members Of The Group Are Made Up Of Blood-related Individuals
The three-man hip-hop group is one of those made up of blood-related members around the world. Migos was formed by Quavious Keyate Marshall whose stage name is Quavo, with his nephew, Kirshnik Khari Ball (Takeoff), and Kiari Kendrell (Offset) who is also Quavo’s cousin. Initially, the group went by the name The Polo Club before settling for Migos. Below are all you need to know about each of the Migos members.
The first member of the rap group is Quavious Keyate Marshall who was born on April 2, 1991. He is popularly known by his stage name Quavo. The rapper who is 10 inches taller than 5 feet is also a songwriter and music producer born in Athens Georgia to mother Edna Marshall, a hairdresser.
His father died when he was just 4. He attended Berkmar High School where he played football but later dropped out a few months before graduation to pursue his music career. Even though his career as a rapper mostly revolves around the group, he has also worked as a solo act and released a collaborative album with Travis Scott in 2017, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho.
The rapper apparently is good in making music but also in sports as he led the Clippers to win against the Lakers in the NBA All-Star Celebrity game with a good 19 points as the ball found its way severally into the net, earning him the 2018 MVP Award of the game.
In 2020, he earned his high school diploma at the age of 29. With that aside, the Georgia native is still not done with education as he has his eyes set on going to college after he was inspired by one of his high school teachers who is now a principal.
The American rapper was born on June 18, 1994, in Lawrenceville, Georgia located in Gwinnett County, Atlanta. Born Kirshnkik Khari Ball, Takeoff was raised by Quavo’s mother and is a cousin to Offset. The 5ft 9in tall rapper caused a stir on July 7, 2017, when he was barred from boarding a flight from Atlanta to Iowa for not complying with flight attendants directives.
He also has a solo career that has seen him release a number of singles, an album – The Last Rocket, and he is working on his mixtape with Lil Yachty, Hip Hop’s White Singers.
Kiari Kendrell Cephus (Offset) was born on December 14, 1991, in Lawrenceville, Georgia Atlanta; he grew up with Quavo and Takeoff who were his uncle and cousin respectively. Although Offset became famous for his musical abilities, he became even more famous due to his marriage to Grammy-winning American female rapper Cardi B whom he married in September 2017. Cardi B announced their split over social media on December 5, 2018. However, they soon returned to each other.
A father of 4, the rapper has two sons and a daughter from a previously undisclosed relationship and one other child, a daughter named Kulture Kiari Cephus with Cardi B.
The 5ft 9in musician, more often than not, is the one who usually gets into big trouble with the long arm of the law. He was imprisoned in 2013 for violating his probation for an earlier crime committed (burglary, felony, and theft). He was also charged with assault and battery, inciting a riot whilst in prison on May 2nd, 2015 and he spent some months in jail after a sizable amount of marijuana was found on him when his group was busted during their tour.
Just like other members of The Migos, he also has a solo career through which he came to release an album, Father of 4 in 2019, as well as a collaborative album with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin, Without Warning, and a good number of singles. He has also appeared in a 2020 episode of NCIS: Los Angeles.
The Migos Are Rich As A Group And As Individuals
Migos’ lawyer, Damien Granderson, has been representing Migos… and their record label. HUGE red flag. As the suit alleges, this created a conflict of interest. Worse yet, both Granderson *and* Quality Control failed to disclose their relationship. https://t.co/tnK03khvlz
— Z (@djboothEIC) July 15, 2020
In spite of the fact that the Migos members have been in the game for close to a decade, the rap group’s mainstream success began in 2017 as a group. The success thus almost instantly opened them up to both fame and fortune. They have sold millions of their records and also had successful concerts both in the States and other parts of the world, including The UK and Canada.
Described as one of the highest-earning rappers as far as touring is concerned, the Migos have a combined fortune that is estimated at a massive $80 million by 2020, which is a significant jump from the earlier $50 million in 2018.
Individually, they have all come a long way as their fortune has shown. While Offset has a net worth that has been estimated at $26.6 million, both Quavo and Takeoff have also been said to also register the same $26.6 million each as their net worths. Back in 2018 when they were listed by Forbes among the 30 Under 30, they were making as much as $150,000 per tour stop.
Even though their earnings may seem much, the trio revealed that they have lost millions of dollars in contracts due to sharing the same lawyer with their record label. Because of this, they dragged their lawyer to court, alleging conflict of interest. They filed a malpractice lawsuit against Damien Granderson who was their attorney for a long time, seeking to be paid millions as they believed he favoured the label over them.