Migos Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with “Taco Tuesday” Song
The rap trio Migos have dropped a new song titled “Taco Tuesday” on May 5, 2020, coinciding with the annual celebration of Mexican culture and cuisine. The song, produced by DJ Durel, features a sample of LeBron James’ viral catchphrase from his family’s Taco Tuesday videos. The song is a fun and catchy tribute to the popular custom of eating tacos or other Mexican dishes on Tuesdays.
In the song, Quavo, Offset and Takeoff rap about their lavish lifestyle, their love for tacos and their appreciation for Mexican women. They also reference their group name, which is inspired by the Spanish word for “friends”. The song is part of their upcoming fourth studio album, which is expected to be released later this year.
The song has received positive reviews from fans and critics, who praised its humor, energy and cultural relevance. The song also sparked a trend on social media, where users shared their own Taco Tuesday photos and videos while listening to the song. The song has also been added to several playlists on streaming platforms, such as Spotify and Apple Music.
“Taco Tuesday” is not the first time that Migos have shown their appreciation for Mexican culture. In 2017, they collaborated with Mexican-American rapper Kap G on his song “No New Friends”, which featured Spanish lyrics and references to Mexican icons such as Frida Kahlo and Selena. In 2018, they performed at the MTV Video Music Awards with a backdrop of a Mexican flag and a mariachi band.
Migos are known for their innovative and influential style of rap music, which has been dubbed as “trap”. They have released several hit songs, such as “Bad and Boujee”, “Stir Fry” and “Walk It Talk It”. They have also collaborated with other prominent artists, such as Drake, Cardi B and Justin Bieber. They have won several awards, such as BET Awards, Billboard Music Awards and American Music Awards.
The song also showcases Migos’ signature style of rap, which is characterized by their fast-paced flow, catchy ad-libs and inventive wordplay. The song features several references to Mexican culture and language, such as Guadalupe, Ã¡ndele and JosÃ©. The song also uses food metaphors to describe their wealth and success, such as cheese, Kool-Aid and nachos.
“Taco Tuesday” is one of the many songs that Migos have released in anticipation of their upcoming album, which is rumored to be titled “Culture III”. The album is expected to feature guest appearances from other artists, such as Travis Scott, Young Thug and Juice WRLD. The album is also expected to showcase Migos’ growth and evolution as artists, as they have stated in several interviews.
Migos are one of the most influential and popular rap groups in the music industry today. They have been credited with popularizing the subgenre of trap music, which is a form of rap that originated in the Southern United States and features heavy bass, hi-hats and synthesizers. They have also influenced many other artists, such as Lil Uzi Vert, Post Malone and Cardi B.
“Taco Tuesday” is a song that celebrates Migos’ love for Mexican culture and food, as well as their own achievements and status in the rap game. The song is a fun and festive way to mark Cinco de Mayo, as well as Taco Tuesday. The song is available on all streaming platforms, such as Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube.