Published Feb 06, 2014Atlanta rap trio Migos have thrown fans waiting for their delayed YRN2 tape a bit of a curveball by premiering a new track called "Just Wait On It" from a thus-far unreported new tape called No Label II.
Scored by a Zaytoven beat lacing a deep boom around some knuckle-crackin' piano runs, the track has Migos firing off sass in triplet time towards people bugging them about whether or not they'll be signing up to a major label anytime soon, or whether they have plans to split up and go solo ("Quit askin' me shit I don't know," Quavo comments on the hook). While a contract may or may not be in the works, the verses do note that the Migos boys are keeping the music biz heads waiting in anticipation for an answer.
No Label II is expected to drop February 25. It's unclear at present if it will include any of the singles the crew dropped via its #MigosMondays promotion, or if the project is a retitled YRN2. If you're looking for a proper answer, it looks like you'll just have to, well, wait on it.