Kelly Price
by Migos (featuring Travis Scott)

Album: Culture (2017)
Charted: 58
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Songfacts®:

  • This ballad finds Quavo, Takeoff and guest Travis Scott spitting rhymes about their materialistic, drug and sex filled lifestyle. Quavo references at the end of the hook 90s R&B singer Kelly Price.

    Said she never had a Migo night
    I'ma make her sing like Kelly Price!"


    Quavo is going to give his girl an orgasm which will make her "sing" just like Kelly Price's powerful singing voice.
  • Kelly Price is best known for her 1998 Top 20 hit "A Friend Of Mine," as well as her collaborations with rappers like The Notorious B.I.G and LL Cool J. In 2016, Kelly contributed vocals to three songs on Kanye West's The Life of Pablo album.
  • Travis Scott raps the second verse. He previously linked up with various members of Migos on his songs "Sloppy Toppy," "Quintana (Remix)," and "Pick Up The Phone," as well as the Atlanta trappers' cut "Wav Radio Freestyle."

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