Migos named their 15th track on Culture III after Patrick Mahomes

Migos named their 15th track on Culture III after Patrick Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images).
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The 15th track on Migos Culture III is named after Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes.
Migos called the 15th track on Culture III after Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

While “Need It” and “Straightenin” have been launched as singles, the long-awaited albums most interesting track may be the one called after “Mahomes”. In 4 years with the Chiefs, Mahomes has actually risen to superstardom. Mahomes is incredible, so why would Migos name No. 15 after … Al Horford?

When you believe of Mahomes, you think of quarterbacking sparkle and having a great time doing what you like at the greatest of levels.

Culture III will be the 4th studio album by the Atlanta area hip-hop trio. It is slated to be launched on Friday, June 11. While “Need It” and “Straightenin” have been released as songs, the long-awaited albums most intriguing track may be the one named after “Mahomes”. There are 19 tracks on the third installment of the Culture Trilogy, but No. 15 has Kansas Citys eye.
That is when you understand you have actually made it as an athlete when you get a tune named after you.

When you believe of Mahomes, you believe of quarterbacking sparkle and having a terrific time doing what you love at the highest of levels. Just entering his prime, Mahomes is an inspiration for all of us to go out and attempt to accomplish success in our lives, no matter our weaknesses or constraints.
Look for Chiefs Kingdom to blast some “Mahomes” throughout the rowdiest of tailgates this fall.

KC Chiefs: Migos called the 15th track on Culture III after Patrick Mahomes.
In 4 years with the Chiefs, Mahomes has actually risen to superstardom. Mahomes is remarkable, so why would Migos name No. 15 after … Al Horford?