Pop Smoke fills in as the fourth Migo on “Culture III” feature “Illuminate It.”
In the three years between Culture II and Culture III, the spotlight got back to Brooklyn with their provincial variety of drill assuming control over the rap game. It was Pop Smoke who was at the front line of the development. In his ascent in the game, he and Quavo started shaping a nearby bond that would bring about bangers like “Shake The Room” and “Pointing,” among others. In this way, it appeared to be normal that Migos would wind up handling a post mortem Pop Smoke stanza for Culture III. The ATL threesome connection up with Pop for the threatening drill-fluenced banger, “Illuminate It.” 808Melo’s unmistakable combo of threatening drums and breezy vocal examples fills in as the scenery while the trio streams of the Migos and the baritone conveyance of Pop Smoke assume responsibility.