Memphis is overrunning 2021 Hip Hop with more and more new artists emerging every day with huge followings and undeniable music. Today, Lil Migo is the newest star to come out of the place that gave us Juicy J, Yo Gotti and Pooh Shiesty shown off on a national scale. For his arrival, he unveils his highly-anticipated album, King of the Trap, with the new video “Fire” to accompany it.
A GT Film. In “Fire” Youngsta and Migo prepare for a firefight with raps about doing everything with their weapon beside them. Catchy, lethal and maximum carnage, “Fire” is a street favorite from the new artist’s arrival project.
Both “Fire” and King of the Trap are available on all DSPs via Heavy Camp/CMG. Lil Migo signed with Youngsta and Gotti after recognizing them as the best in the game. “I’ve been mentored by some of the best in the game in Blac Youngsta and Yo Gotti and now I’m ready to carve out my lane and make 2021 my year,” Migo said in a statement. “I want to keep putting on for Memphis, and that starts with this new project,” he says.
Along with Blac Youngsta, King of the Trap features a-listers Yo Gotti, Moneybagg Yo, Rich The Kid, 42 Dugg and Jacquees. And with the guests, the album includes breakout hits “Big Dog,” “Paved the Way” and “Letter To The City.” Lil Migo and his album is the newest addition to Interscope Records through Heavy Camp and CMG.
Lil Migo is the first of a promising new CMG roster about to take over Hip Hop. The Source on the CMG roster: “The gifts among the CMG roster are crazy! Blac Youngsta saluted his artist Lil Migo with a rare, lime-green Lamborghini Aventador worth $400,000 as a birthday gift. The gift was given during Yo Gotti’s CMG Brunch that went down in Atlanta for NBA All-Star weekend.”
Watch the music video for “Fire” above.
Lil Migo (Adarious Smith) was born in Memphis Tennesee on March 1, 1997. Lil Migo is a buzzing hip-hop artist with a large online brand who has earned attention from his popular YouTube video views thanks to his street buzz and gritty visuals for his songs “Letter 2 the Industry” and “Truth.” Then a major break out with Blac Youngsta featured on “Sleep” produced by Tay Keith, helped amassed huge numbers that led to solidifying his place on his Heavy Camp /CMG roster.