Migos 'Mr. Miyagi' Is One Of Their Catchiest Songs Yet

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The Hip-Hop stylings of Migos is not for everyone but there is an undeniable infectious nature of their songs especially with the newest offering titled, "Mr. Miyagi."

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The track was featured on "Finesse The Soundtrack," produced by Zaytoven and Cassius Jay. From the first couple of seconds of "Mr.

Miyagi," fans know that they are in for a super trap-styled beat with lyrics to match.

Migos are no strangers to making music that fans will just enjoy as a dance song or a song to get hyped to and the newest offering is a continuation of their hard-hitting style.

"There's nothing out of the norm on this bouncy cut (produced by Zaytoven and Cassius Jay, obviously)," comments Rose Lilah of HotNewHipHop.com.

"Quavos, Takeoff and Offset somehow draw parallels between the karate master Mr. Miyagi and the way they work their wrist in the kitchen."

What Migos is able to do is continue to create these seemingly unmatched parallels that Lilah is talking about and turn them into an infectious tune for fans to enjoy. They don't make the deepest tracks but what they are able to offer is something upbeat and fun to listen to, whether you're at a party, in your car driving to work or having a bad day and need a pick me up.

Check out "Mr. Miyagi" below.

Listen to Migos "Mr. Miyagi" Below