Stripper Bowl

Album: Control the Streets, Volume 2 (2019)
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Songfacts®:

  • "Stripper Bowl" is Migos' celebration of exotic dancing. The title is a reference to the Quality Control event held in Atlanta on February 4, 2019, hours after Super Bowl LIII (the game was played in Atlanta). As well as the Migos trio, the other attendees included 2 Chainz, Trey Songz, YFN Lucci and Lil Baby.
  • The song is both a recap of the Stripper Bowl party and a celebration of Migos' accomplishments. Quavo kicks things off rapping about how over half a million in one dollar bills were thrown that night.

    500 racks for the Stripper Bowl
    The money on the floor, better get it


    Offset takes the second verse, in which he boasts about Mogis extravagant lifestyle and warns off their haters.

    Make M's by the hour
    We gon' make him, leave him sour (Kill him)
    Double up, stack it up, Twin Tower


    During the third verse, Takeoff recounts how the Stripper Bowl took him back to his days as a WWE fan.

    Stripper Bowl lookin' like a Wrestle Mania
  • Quavo previously rapped about the Stripper Bowl on Tory Lanez' LoVE me NOw (ReLoAdeD) track "Broke Leg."
  • Atlanta producer Buddah Bless came up with the beat. His previous collaborations with Migos include "Call Casting" and "Supastars."

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