Quality Control gave us little warning before they dropped off this mega compilation today. The record label, helmed by Coach K and P, continues to gain notoriety thanks to their biggest signee to date, Migos, but with artists like Lil Yachty following close behind. The compilation, at 30 tracks, is a lot to digest. To help with that task, we're highlighting a couple tracks on the homapage-- clearly, users are not feeling the Quavo and Nicki Minaj collaboration, currently sitting at a 55% user rating.
"Interview" finds 2/3 of Migos connecting, Offset and Takeoff, as the two go in over Buddah Bless's mix of strings and warbling synths. It's dope record if only for the fact that they use it as an opportunity to address their sometimes sub-par interviews. Takeoff raps: "don't ask me no questions in no more interviews, cause I really don't like to talk much / not that I don't know how to speak, it's just you not paying me enough to talk much." Elsewhere, Offset details what the checks can afford him-- 500k for the whip, 100k for the wrist, Gucci aviators -- however he's also about charity and thus will dick your bitch down for free.99.
What's your favorite song from Control the Streets Vol. 1 so far? Listen here.
Perhaps more importantly, who had the better verse on this collab?
Not paying attention to tweets cause if I see em I'll wanna off some
Up on the gram flexing Phillippe like you the first but I been bough one
Ain't posting no drink on the Internet but I'll be drinking codeine when that drought come
She said that she from Puerto Rico but after that head, I asked where that mouth from