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Migos Turn Children’s Book Into “Bad & Boujee” Remix

Should we start expecting a Migos audiobook?

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2017 is a great year to be Migos. After bursting on the scene with the repetitive, impossible to forget “Versace” in 2013, the North Atlanta trio has had their ups and downs, with legal troubles, label changes, and of course, mega-hits like “Fight Night.”

But in 2017, Quavo, Offset and Takeoff have already gotten a shout-out at the Golden Globes, topped the charts with “Bad & Boujee,” and are just three days away from releasing their sophomore album, C U L T U R E.

To prove even further that they can seemingly do no wrong this month, Migos stopped by LA radio station Power 106’s The Cruz Show, where the trio was asked to rap the words to Llama Llama Red Pajama, a children’s book about, well, a llama in pajamas. Not only did Migos oblige, they absolutely killed the reading, adding ad-libs and freestyle bars, all about the llama, his momma, and some red pajamas.

It didn’t hurt that Cruz put the “Bad & Boujee” instrumental as a backdrop to the alternative story-time, so Migos had absolutely no problem catching their signature flow.

In case we ever enlist artists to record an album full of nursery rhymes, we already have Migos on speed dial.

C U L T U R E drops January 27th. 

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