After Migos dropped their highly anticipated Culture II album last week, fans have expressed their excitement for the project but also that Kanye West was part of the process. The Yeezus rapper is credited as a co-producer on the Atlanta trio's "BBO" record, but it turns out that they've actually worked on some other songs currently in the vault.

During an interview on Beats 1 with Ebro Darden, Migos reveal that they have more tracks with West other than their work on "BBO," but they keep things mum about if or when they may see the light of day. While Offset says that there are other songs in the "stash," Quavo continues to say that they "never stop" working.

Host Ebro then asks the rap group if they've ever been to Yeezy's house, which Migos admits is a "top secret" compound.

"To the crazy compound with all the top secret shit go down," Quavo answers. "Yeah, yeah, yeah—I’ve heard of it, I didn't know it had a name though. It's called No Name."

Also during the lengthy interview, the group hints that they are working on their own set of emojis, which could be called "e-Migos-jis."

"Man, come on, man—genius," Quavo explains about the potential app to come. "We been had this in the works. We been telling you a lot of little top secret shit right now."

You can listen to both parts one and two of Ebro's interview with Migos on Beats 1.

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