Dressed in collared shirts and ties like Dunder Mifflin employees, the 12-man supergroup created the ramshackle masterpiece using iPhone tones (Fallon), scissors and electric stapler (Questlove), thumbtack shaker (Black Thought), coffee pots (James Poser), keyboard washboard (Mark Kelley), tissue box guitar with rubber band strings (Captain Kirk), water cooler jug bongo (Frank Knuckles), paper ripping (Kamal Gray), water jugs (Tuba Gooding Jr.), paper clip shaker (Offset), scissor snips and coffee pouring (Quavo) and scotch tape (Takeoff).
The Atlanta hip-hop trio also performed "T-Shirt," another single from their chart-topping second LP, Culture, on the traditional Tonight Show stage. The rappers crooned their staccato auto-tune hooks over the Roots' snaking trap beat.
Migos recently spoke to Rolling Stone about the surprise breakthrough success of "Bad and Boujee," saying they earned the hit "the trap way, not the pop way."
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