Migos return with another release to build anticipation for their upcoming mixtape, No Label 3. Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset get assistance from one of Atlanta’s trusted producers (Metro Boomin) for “Bad and Boujee.”
The song is pretty great in a lot of ways. For one, the artwork that features a slender woman all fancied up eating cup of noodles, contrasting the bad and boujee of the record. For another, they are joined by Lil Uzi Vert for a first-time collaboration, for which he matches their cadence and flow perfectly. “Look, go to the strip club and make it rain/So much money, they use rakes/Count $100,000 in your face, and then put three hundred in her safe,” Uzi raps.
“Bad and Boujee” won’t be the last single from Migos. They are expected to drop more new music every week, which adds to their growing list of bangers like "Cocoon" (Remix) featuring Young Thug and their remix to Rae Sremmurd's "Look Alive." As solo artists, they are also putting in work. You can hear Quavo and Offset on Thug’s JEFFERY for his song honoring Gucci Mane titled “Guwop.” For Migos fans, you'll never have a shortage of music from them.
Listen to “Bad and Boujee” below.