Migos and Zaytoven essentially turned chanting the name of a famous fashion into a radio hit with the track “Versace.” Migos’ off the cuff endorsement of Rap Snacks, “Dab of Ranch,” is reportedly on its way to retail as a standalone single. Clearly the group has a track record for turning unremarkable, everyday items into potential singles or at least creating viral traction. As artists flooded social media with their various Christmas messages and pictures, Migos’ Quavo showcased a Christmas tree decorated in $100 bills via Instagram.


S A N T A D R O P T H A S A C K O F F.

A video posted by QuavoHuncho (@quavohuncho) on Dec 25, 2016 at 7:27am PST

“Santa come drop that sack off,” Quavo chanted, essentially fashioning a chorus on the spot. Migos fans took notice, with some suggesting it should be incorporated into an official song.

Ducko McFli obliged, splicing Quavo’s humorous commentary and the “Santa come drop that sack off” chant with some chords, hi-hats and snares, and rolling bass for an unofficial “remix” clocking in at just over a minute long. McFli’s previous credits include Lil Yachty’s “Not My Bro” and “Fucked Over.” For the record, Ducko says it took him about 20 minutes to craft the track.

What was the DJ and member of the EarDrummers camp’s rationale? Apparently fans were asking for it and Ducko was “bored as fuck.” Check out a stream of the track below via Soundcloud.