Migos Does it Again for the Culture, Drop Falcons-Themed Song Featuring Julio Jones

The Atlanta-based rap group Migos have collaborated with Falcons’ star receiver Julio Jones once again. The first time was when Under Armour dropped a pair of custom cleats for Jones after Migos dropped their anticipated album “Culture” as seen below. As Migos’ presence has grown, so has the connection between the group and the NFL’s top receiver. Atlanta’s Super Bowl run set the city on fire with “Culture” being the soundtrack of it. The connection was reminiscent to that of the mid-2000s Falcons with Mike Vick (pre-dogfighting) and how the success of Atlanta’s football team and music scene was on top.

Jones has been spotted with the hip-hop trio often as he enjoys his offseason before getting back to work. The two were recently featured in a commercial for Champs Sports where Jones shares inspirational stories with the youth in the streets of Atlanta. The music playing in the commercial is titled “11 Birds” by Migos. The No. 11 represents Jones’s jersey number and birds reflecting the Falcons. “Here go the birds,” group leader Quavo chants. “… Throw me a bomb and I’ll leave ’em. Defeat ’em, we dogs, we eat ’em. Yeah, play like a champ. Yeah, make every play count,” Offset adds.



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