The group kept it simple for their performance, appearing in front of a screen featuring flames dropping on flames. The trio sported matching jackets and hoodies, with the latter featuring their album title in the style of the Supreme brand logo. The official single features a verse from Lil Uzi Vert, who did not appear with Migos for their late-night performance.
“Bad and Boujee” hit Number One not too long before Donald Glover gave it an even bigger streaming boost after mentioning the single in his Golden Globe acceptance speech. The song was also heavily popularized through memes featuring the lyrics “rain drop/drop top.” Culture is Migos’ second album, following their 2015 breakthrough Yung Rich Nation. The LP will feature appearances from DJ Khaled and Travis Scott and will be released on January 27th.