Migos – Bad and Boujee ft Lil Uzi Vert Review
“Can’t stop myself singing the song Bad and Boujee”
Today I am going to review the song Bad and Boujee which has just made it’s way to Top 100 Songs Chart at #1 position after beating the song “Shape Of You by Ed Sheeran”.
What if I say that this song just changed the life of Migos Band?
Lem•me tell you if you don’t know that this is the only song of Migos which got the position #1 at Billboard Hot 100 & Top 100 Songs Chart. All this happened just after the Donald Glover’s Golden Globes shoutout.
Have a look at his shoutout:
Let’s head over to review.
The Migos Singers started the song with the perfect clear and loud pitch but in the middle of the song they just lost that pitch and went with the unclear and low pitched words. That’s when the listeners got some bad stuff. Otherwise the overall vocals are fine and truly fascinating.
Hmm, the music of this song just blows my mind because they have filled 5:34 sec track with mesmerizing music background. They have made a significant improvement in the music section of the current song w.r.t their previous releases like “Check” T-Shirts etc.
The music of Bad and Boujee song contains some bleeping, booming, and stuttering sound to get you moving and maybe even shaking, specially the part of the song from 1:30 – 2:00 timespan.
Before I comment on lyrics, You might want to know the theme of the song?
The song basically speaks about the lavish lifestyle of the artists courtesy who have made money through the industry and spending their most of the time & money on a pretty woman.
So first of all, lyrics quite match the theme of the song.
I really love especially the following part with the memes “Raindrop, drop top (drop top)”.
The video quality is just amazing. The video they have recorded for the Bad and Boujee song is worth seeing because of its utmost compatibility with the whole theme of the song.
The scenes they have pictured in this song especially the smoke effect at the start of the song really grabs the attention of the listener/viewers. They wore expensive clothes, jewelry and shoes etc, just to meet the theme of the lavish lifestyle.