Hopefully, you haven't grown tired of Migos' "Bad and Boujee" just yet. The hit Culture single still has plenty of mileage. The trio hit up the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Thursday with a very special rendition, complete with makeshift instruments concocted from office supplies and some backup action from The Roots.
Migos later dropped the office supplies and kept The Roots for their frigid performance of "T-Shirt," the second single from their chart-topping sophomore album:
The Lil Uzi Vert-featuring "Bad and Boujee," despite being released way back in October, has continued making waves well into 2017. In January, the track gave both Migos and Lil Uzi Vert their first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1. The track has even made its way into the classroom, much to Twitter's delight:
After Josie Duffy Rice shared a clip of a Georgia middle school teacher's "Bad and Boujee"-assisted Civil War lesson, the teacher—David Yancey—spoke with Complex about his decision to use a Migos instrumental to connect with his students. "I am a middle school social studies teacher and I try my best to engage the students where they are," Yancey told Complex. "I try to build rapport, teach the material, and ultimately bridge the gap. Too often teachers just tell students to learn things because we say so, but instead we need to meet them where they are."
This week, Migos followed the success of "Bad and Boujee" and "T-Shirt" with a new video for "What the Price." Peep:
- Watch Migos Brawl With a Biker Gang in New "What the Price" Video
- Chance the Rapper Leads Star-Studded Lollapalooza 2017 Lineup
- Watch This Teacher Rap About the Civil War Over Migos' "Bad and Boujee"
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