Migos’ “Bad and Boujee” Becomes Their Highest Charting Song
The Migos takeover is all but inevitable, especially with the insane run of features Quavo has strung together, and the collective hit their stride in the year's final month as their single "Bad and Boujee" climbs to no. 54 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming their highest charting record to date. The track jumped more than 20 spots, sitting at no. 76 last week. The Lil Uzi Vert featured songs registers at no. 25 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart.
Just last week, Offset shared a sneak peak of the upcoming Migos album Culture, playing a few tracks from the studio. Of the two songs, it sounds as if production from Zaytoven and either TM88 or Southside is included. Earlier this year, Migos dropped their 3 Way EP, and even made an acting turn, popping up in an episode of Donald Glover's highly acclaimed FX series Atlanta.
Between "Versace," "Hannah Montana," "Fight Night" and "Look at My Dab," the Migos have had their fair share of hit records, though "Bad and Boujee" continues to be their furthest reaching achievement. The guest verses leant to YFN Lucci's "Key to the Streets" lands Migos on the Hot 100 for a second time this week, that track slipping to no. 85.
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