Atlanta’s Migos rapped a children’s book about llamas over the ‘Bad and Boujee’ beat

1:02 p.m Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017 Celebrity News

One of Atlanta’s favorite hip-hop trios rapped a children’s book about llamas this week and it’s sure to make your day. 

After their hit song “Bad and Boujee,” the first single from their upcoming album, “Culture,” returned to No. 1 on the Billboard charts earlier this week, the trio appeared on Los-Angeles-based Power 106’s “The Cruz Show.”

One of the show’s running gags is getting rappers to freestyle to Anna Dewdney’s “Llama Llama Red Pajama” over the instrumental beat of their hit songs.

Dewdney’s children’s book tells the tale of a young llama (wearing red pajamas) who has separation anxiety any time his llama mama leaves his side.


Migos has had its fair share of the spotlight recently, especially after appearing in the third episode of “Atlanta.”

In his “Golden Globes” acceptance speech for the show, star Donald Glover thanked Migos “... not for being on the show, but for making ‘Bad and Boujee’.” 

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