Migos Rap A Children’s Book Over “Bad & Boujee” Because They’re On Top Of The World

blame it on Patrick Glynn January 24, 2017

Migos have the top song in the country (and many of their surrounding singles are better than “Bad & Boujee“), and they’re releasing an album (Culture) on Friday. After years of influencing rap music, it seem they’re finally getting their notoriety, and they’re deservedly on top of the rap world right now. And that’s why they can rap a children’s book over “Bad & Boujee” and have the world run with it.

Taking to Los Angeles radio station Power 106’s The Cruz Show, Quavo, Offset and Takeoff discussed their No. 1 song and their upcoming album before reaching a frequent bit of the radio station — rapping the words of Llama Llama Red Pajama along to a famous beat.

Being on top of the world, the Migos obliged, Takeoff preached the iconic and raspy “MOMMA” ad-lib, and watch the rest unfurl below. I don’t know if this is what Metro Boomin imagined would be rapped over his beat, but we’re here for it nonetheless.