If it wasn't clear before, it's even clearer now — for 2017, Migos are already doing the most.
As the self-professed "OG Black Beatles" (remember those Beatles comparisons from a few years back), Offset, Quavo and Takeoff are already 2017's rap MVP thanks to the buzz surrounding their forthcoming C U L T U R E album and, yes, the success of their biggest single to date, "Bad and Boujee."
Less than 24 hours after the infectious Metro Boomin-produced single traveled from the airwaves and on to the stage of the Golden Globes, Migos earned their first number one single on the Billboard Hot 100.
The track trumped Rae Sremmurd's recent chart-topping monster "Black Beatles," in addition to generating a whopping 243% increase in streams on Spotify. This not only marks the Atlanta trio's first No. 1 single on the said chart, but also Lil Uzi Vert, who is featured on the single.
The success behind the buzzing hit only creates increased anticipation for Migos' next album, C U L T U R E, which arrives on January 27.