Migos Rapping 'Lama Lamma Red Pajamma' Over 'Bad and Boujee' Is Too Cute
    • TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2017

    • Posted by: Matt Guyotte



    In this new interview with Migos at The Cruz Show at Power 106 FM, they talk about how "Bad and Boujee" is the number 1 song in the country, the Donald Glover shout-out, how Jimmy Kimmel said they smelt the most like weed of any other guest, and about the release of their new album Culture, coming out on January 27th.

    More importantly though, was that they rapped the words to "Llama Llama Red Pajama" over their "Bad and Boujee" beat. And it was one of the cutest things we've ever seen. And on top of that, their freestyle was legitimately great, and the chemistry was evident. Just like the actual song, while either Quavo, Offset or Takeoff were doing a verse, the others would be ad libbing sound effects or taking the word the other said, and saying it in different tones.

    And they just kept going. After their rapping of "Llama Llama," around the 13:42 mark, they started free styling, and every member was able to have their moment to shine. They have such a great relationship as a group and it's awesome that they're able to have the success that they have, especially as such a great group with a chill sense of humor.
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