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Hear Migos Wild Out in Honor of ‘Emmitt Smith’

Also, the "Versace" kings get sentimental on Auto-Tuned "Mountains"

picture-18276-1372868632Chris Martins // November 18, 2013

Atlanta’s beloved “Bando” brothers Migos kick off the week with a one-two punch. The latest is inspired by a longtime Dallas Cowboys running back. “Emmitt Smith” features aggressively insane mumblings that mostly sound like the fellas repeatedly shouting “Hemma Smuth” while Murda bodies the beat. Someone’s scoring touchdowns, but it’s not clear what exactly is being won. That highlight hails from their forthcoming Y.R.N. 2 mixtape. Meanwhile, “Mountains” is an Auto-Tune-empowered track whose only real resemblance to the Migos of yore are the intermittent vocal blurts and bleatings we’ve come to love, over the tinny drums and thick kicks of go-to trap master Zaytoven. That one will comes courtesy of a Street Scholars mixtape. Also, because it never gets old: “Versace, Versce, Versace, Versace.”

“Emmitt Smith”: