Atlanta hip-hip group Migos dropped by Ellen Monday for a surreal performance of their chart-topping Culture single "Bad & Boujee."
"The rap trio behind the Dab dance craze hit the stage for a performance of their #1 hit song," the show wrote of the visit on YouTube. ("Bad and Boujee" was actually dethroned from Number One on the Billboard 100 by Ellen DeGeneres' guest last week, Ed Sheeran.)
In a recent Rolling Stone interview, the trio talked about the surprise mainstream success of "Bad and Boujee," a song that touches on groupies and "cooking up dope with an Uzi."
"We did it the trap way, not the pop way," Offset said of the hit. Takeoff added, "That's what got us here."
In addition to the "Bad and Boujee" performance, on an episode last week, Migos took part in an Ellen-made PSA encouraging kids to read, with Big Sean, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ice Cube and Ty Dolla $ign also appearing.
Following the episode, DeGeneres posed backstage with Migos and stacks of money: