The Migos are the just killin' it as of late. Their latest collaborative project, Culture II, rang in at number one on the Billboard charts, reaching the same milestone as their previous album, Culture.

The trio also levelled up to English rock band The Beatles by securing the same amount of singles on the Hot 100 Billboard chart at the same time. Migos celebrated 14 tracks on the list that included "MotorSport," "Stir Fry" and "Supastars" and Gucci Mane's "I Get The Bag" that they feature on. 

Having just performed their single "Stir Fry" while cookin' up stir fry in the kitchen, today the group's latest move has been revealed, seeing them all somehow comfortably fitting into one shirt for NME's February cover issue. 

There's little information on what Offset Quavo and Takeoff will be discussing for the magazine, but NME tweets that they will be chatting about "Kendrick Lamar, getting mobbed in London and making “the greatest piece of art ever witnessed."" The magazine will be available as of tomorrow, for the full looks and interview. 

In other Migos news, the homies will be teaming up with the likes of Lil Yachty and Gucci Mane for a Glacier Boyz Tape. Yachty confirmed the making of the project via Twitter. Considering the hot streak the Migos are on and the relationship they have with the Billboard charts, it's bound to be a fire collab.