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Migos Brought "Bad and Boujee" to Jimmy Kimmel Live

For the culture.

by Lauren O'Neill
Jan 18 2017, 2:30pm

This article originally appeared on Noisey UK. 

Migos have had a week (and then some). Donald Glover took to the stage at the Golden Globes to announce that "Bad and Boujee" is literally his favorite sex song, the track then topped the Billboard Hot 100, and last night they got Middle America even more hot and bothered by bringing the track to Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Rocking their signature Culture box logo hoodies and hitting rap squats in front of a literally flames background, Quavo, Takeoff and Offset proved why their star is rising so rapidly, and though Lil Uzi Vert wasn't there to provide his adlibs ("ya, ya, ya, ya!") the three more than made up for his absence with energy and impressive self-censoring. Migos' second album, C U L T U R E, which includes "Bad and Boujee," as well as the previously released tracks "Call Casting" and "T-Shirt," will be released on January 27.

Watch their performance of "Bad and Boujee" on Jimmy Kimmel Live below:

(Image via YouTube)