Migos are everywhere these days, so we were excited when they decided to swing by the Z100 studios. Their song 'Bad and Boujee' exploded after Donald Glover gave the Atlanta based group a shout out during his Golden Globes acceptance speech. "I'd like to thank the Migos - not for being on the show [Atlanta], but for making 'Bad and Boujee'," Glover said of his friends. "That's the best song...ever." The actor even went on to call them the "Beatles of this generation" while he was backstage at the Golden Globes. Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset, the three members of the group, told Garrett that everything went "crazy" after that shout out.
Their song has become so popular now, that it's been turned into a ton of different hilarious memes. Garrett showed Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset some of his favorites, including one John Mayer created and posted to his Twitter account. They even talked about rapping the children's book Llama Llama Red Pajama, saying they just love to have fun and make music.
All of the Migos members grew up together in Atlanta, obviously making them lifelong Falcons fans. They talked about their excitement to watch the Atlanta Falcons take on the New England Patriots this Sunday in the Super Bowl. They'll be making the trip out to Houston to watch in person. Even though they're just going as fans, they're not ruling out the possibility that they might hop on stage and steal Lady Gaga's half time spotlight.
Migos new album Culture is out now and their follow up single to 'Bad and Boujee' is 'T-Shirt.' Make sure to check them out now!