Hip-hop's biggest trio is planning to drop their new album anytime now. Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff make up migos, who exploded this year following the release of their first studio LP "Culture."

The album dropped in January and since then, the group's success has continued to grow. It only took three months for "Culture" to sell over a million copies and become certified platinum by the RIAA.

Taking over 2018

The album's success was a result of their first-ever platinum single "Bad and Boujee" which to date has sold over four million copies. The group's biggest star Quavo took to Twitter on Saturday night to share big news with fans that he was preparing to drop a single off of "Culture 2."

Although the album is still without a release date, fans expect it to drop sometime in early 2018.

Hip-hop's biggest group dominated this entire year thanks to the release of "Culture" in January, meaning a beginning-of-year release could easily ensure the same for 2018.

In an interview with MTV News' Gaby Wilson, Quavo discussed the upcoming collaborations the group has. Ty Dolla $ign, Drake, Travis Scott, and Big Sean were all named. He told the interviewer that the tracks are on the way "just like Culture 2."

Star of the group

While the rap trio has seen an unprecedented amount of success as a group over the past year, Quavo sticks out as the star. He has collaborated with artists of all genres and seen himself on some of 2017's most successful tracks like DJ Khaled's "I'm the One" and Post Malone's "Congratulations."

Quavo has even confirmed in recent months that he and Kanye West prodigy Travis Scott have been working on an album together.

Scott teased fans on Twitter asking them whether they want to hear his next solo album or his collaboration album with Quavo first.

A new album isn't the only thing in the works for Migos.

The group's frontrunner Quavo stopped by Beats 1 Radio a few weeks ago to talk to host Zane Lowe about their upcoming projects. Surprising Lowe, he told him that the trio is actually working on a movie.

Quavo told the host of the popular radio show that he is a 90's baby and is inspired by rappers from that decade. He continued on to say that artists he looks up to like Snoop Dogg and Master P star in some of his all-time favorite movies.

There is nothing concrete yet, but the group told Lowe that Quavo is currently looking into scriptwriting.

Although there have been no leaks about "Culture 2," the first single will tell fans what they can look forward to hearing in the new album.