“You know,” as soon as you hear those words, it’s time to turn the volume up. Migos, Lil Uzi Vert, and Metro Boomin have made their way to the top of the Billboard charts with “Bad and Boujee.” Metro’s ability to simplistically lace the production, Offset’s brilliant entrance and hook; the ingredients couldn’t have been more swell.
Now, the importance of Migos going no. 1 on the charts is huge. Anyone who would deny the popularity of rap music as a whole, may not be thinking clearly. Pop culture in its finest form. It wasn’t another genre that was overruled by Migos’ smash hit. The trio took Rae Sremmurd, Gucci Mane, and Mike WiLL Made-It’s chart-topping hit “Black Beatles” out of the no. 1 spot.
Jan 27, save the date. You’ll need to remember it for when Migos release their forthcoming Culture album. We’ve heard “Call Casting,” “T-Shirt,” and of course, “Bad and Boujee.” At this rate, there’s no stopping the trio. So let’s have a toast to the “rain drop” texts you send your contacts. Let’s toast to social media twisting the lyrics every-which direction. Cheers to Migos to for coming from nothing to something.