Migos say Pharrell’s “Stir Fry” beat dates back to 2008

“He said he was waiting on this moment.”

Next Friday, January 25, Migos will release new album Culture II. The album has been trailed by a few singles including "MotorSport" and "Stir Fry." The latter was produced by Pharrell and the Atlanta trio opened up about working with the super producer in a new interview with Ebro Darden on Beats 1.

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"We was in the studio in L.A. and he was in the next room," Quavo said of making "Stir Fry." "We had been running into each other, we've been cool, but he was over there working and he just stepped in because we just walk in everybody's sessions and it's love, and go to work. And he had, like, three or four beats, but the pack was from 2008, like, the old hard drive. He had the old pack. He said he was waiting on this moment. The genie way."

Elsewhere in the interview, which can be seen in full above, Migos discussed their goal of winning Best Rap Album at the Grammys, plus the current status of their feud with Joe Budden.

The interview landed on the same day Offset from the group was forced to apologize for making homophobic comments in his music.

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Migos say Pharrell’s “Stir Fry” beat dates back to 2008