Migos recently sat down with XXL to do an interview for the publication's 20th Anniversary issue. During the conversation they were asked about G-Unit Records head honcho, 50 Cent.
Check out what they had to say below.
XXL: What do you think 50 Cent means to hip hop in the past 20 years?
Quavo: I think 50 Cent brought a lot of gangsta sh*t to hip hop
Offset: He made [gangsta sh*t] more acceptable. I heard it was scaring officers and all that. But they had to accept it, he had the hits. Especially for our generation. You know everybody say ‘Pac and Biggie, that’s the same situation for our generation.
XXL: Is 50 the Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. of your generation?
Offset: Yeah, I’ll give that to the OG. He made it through, kept going. Gone to corporate.
Quavo: “Who knows if ‘Pac was alive, which lane he would’ve switched over to,” he said. “It’s only right, he doing the same thing. 'Pac was doing movies, [50’s] doing movies. Same thing.”