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In the glittering twilight south of Las Vegas, the clouds look like dark mountains, and the mountains look like clouds. Migos—three guys from Atlanta jammed shoulder to shoulder in the back seat of a Sprinter, like kid brothers—are on their way to Mike Tyson's house. In January, their second album, Culture, came out and went to No. 1. They've had a song, “Bad and Boujee,” at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 ever since Donald Glover, who cast them on Atlanta last year as woods-dwelling…

What does success look like for Atlanta three-piece Migos? A number one single, a critically beloved album, and, apparently, a tour of Mike Tyson’s pigeon coop.