If you haven’t realized by now, Georgia’s rap trio Migos has got it made in 2017’s hip-hop circle with the release of their trap-certified Culture album and smash lead single, “Bad and Boujee.”
And thanks to their Coachella performance for the track, it’s now been certified-lit among the kiddie circle by a little boy who’s quite obviously a huge Quavo, Takeoff and Offset fan.
Sitting on the shoulders of his dad, TMZ reports, a video of his turn-up is enough to get everyone up and dabbing right along with him. Rapping along to some of the lyrics, only with the swaggiest moves, he appears to be about elementary school age. While Migos’s Coachella performance wasn’t exactly rated PG, in terms of censorship, the kid kept it age-appropriate anyway.
The trio’s festival appearance seemed to have plenty of other audience members turned to the max, too. Performing with Future, who brought the three out during his set, and hip-hop’s high-key producer and disc jockey DJ Khaled, Migos was the perfect touch for just about everyone at this year’s Coachella festivities.
"Bad and Boujee" Kidz Bop in the works, perhaps?
See the kiddie-style turn up in the video below.
(Photo: DeMarko_Gag via Twitter)