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MIGOS FEAT. LIL UZI VERT - BAD AND BOUJEE (SONG)
Label:Warner
Year:2016
Music/Lyrics:Leland Wayne
Kiari Cephus
Quavious Marshall
Robert Mandell
Symere Woods
G Koop
World wide:
ch  Peak: 31 / weeks: 15
de  Peak: 65 / weeks: 9
fr  Peak: 91 / weeks: 17
nl  Peak: 41 / weeks: 11
be  Peak: 50 / weeks: 1 (Vl)
  Tip (Wa)
se  Peak: 37 / weeks: 10
no  Peak: 29 / weeks: 3
dk  Peak: 39 / weeks: 1
au  Peak: 34 / weeks: 6
nz  Peak: 17 / weeks: 8

Digital
Quality Control / 300 Entertainment 1168812085



Digital
Quality Control / 300 Entertainment 1168811657
Digital
Quality Control / 300 Entertainment 1200100091


TRACKS
28/10/2016
Digital Quality Control / 300 Entertainment 1168812085
1. Bad And Boujee (Explicit)
5:34
   
28/10/2016
Digital Quality Control / 300 Entertainment 1168811657
1. Bad And Boujee (Clean Lyrics)
5:34
   
03/02/2017
Digital Quality Control / 300 Entertainment 1200100091
1. Bad And Boujee
3:27
   

01/2017: N 85.
02/2017: 66.
03/2017: 53.
04/2017: 46.
05/2017: 37.
06/2017: 34.
07/2017: 39.
08/2017: 46.
09/2017: 49.
10/2017: 68.
11/2017: 68.
12/2017: 87.
13/2017: 86.
14/2017: 93.
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VersionLengthTitleLabel
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Format
Medium
Date
Explicit5:34Bad And BoujeeQuality Control / 300 Entertainment
1168812085
Single
Digital
28/10/2016
Clean Lyrics5:34Bad And BoujeeQuality Control / 300 Entertainment
1168811657
Single
Digital
28/10/2016
3:27Bad And BoujeeQuality Control / 300 Entertainment
1200100091
Single
Digital
03/02/2017
5:35NRJ Pop RnB Dance 2017MCA
5376183
Compilation
CD
24/02/2017
MUSIC DIRECTORY
MigosMigos: Discography / Become a fan
Lil Uzi VertLil Uzi Vert: Discography / Become a fan
SONGS BY MIGOS
#lhommeaubob (Gradur feat. Migos)
Bad And Boujee (Migos feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
Bad Intentions (Niykee Heaton feat. Migos)
Bon appétit (Katy Perry feat. Migos)
Call Casting
Every City We Go (Kid Ink feat. Migos)
Fight Night
Get Right Witcha
Handsome And Wealthy
Hannah Montana
Look At My Dab
Money (Lacrim feat. Migos)
Oh Me Oh My (DJ Snake feat. Travi$ Scott, Migos & G4shi)
One Time
Pipe It Up
Sacrifices (Big Sean feat. Migos)
Say Sum
Seize The Block
Show Ya Pussy (R. Kelly feat. Migos & Juicy J)
Slide (Calvin Harris feat. Frank Ocean & Migos)
Story I Tell
T-Shirt
Versace (Migos feat. Drake, Meek Mill & Tyga)
What The Price
Wishy Washy
ALBUMS BY MIGOS
Culture
 
SONGS BY LIL UZI VERT
Bad And Boujee (Migos feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
Do What I Want
Go Off (Lil Uzi Vert, Quavo & Travis Scott)
Money Longer
Uzi Gang (A$AP Ferg feat. Lil Uzi Vert & Marty Baller)
Xo Tour Llif3
ALBUMS BY LIL UZI VERT
The Perfect LUV Tape
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 2.36 (Reviews: 28)
***
Le dernier buzz US...
*
▒ ┌∩┐sh (◣_◢) it┌∩┐ ☺!!!
**
Dem gangstas. Da war klar, dass es sich nicht um einen neuen MIGROS Song handeln konnte :-D
Last edited: 07.01.2017 16:05
*
totaler schrott
***
Irgendwie gefällts mir teilweise sogar. Naja, trotzdem nicht der Überburner.
Last edited: 11.03.2017 18:22
**
Ich kann es echt nicht mehr verstehen. Erst "Closer" (Chainsmokers), dann "Black Beatles" (Rae Sremmurd) und jetzt das hier. Wie kann es sein, dass solch langweilige Songs an die US-Chartspitze gelangen? Kein Wunder, dass sich alle beschweren, wenn die "Chartmucke" seit ein paar Jahren so grottig ist. 2*
Last edited: 20.01.2017 20:50
**
I'd say that I can like this type of music, in fact, I would say that I like more songs of this type than I don't (of what I have heard), but this, I don't really get it. It's just so boring and flavourless. And somehow, this managed to make #1 in the US. I'll never understand people sometimes.
Last edited: 04.02.2017 08:12
*
grauenvoll
*****
Cooler Song, grade der erste Teil, Refrain und Lil Uzi Vert am Ende gefallen mir richtig gut.
*
Saai
*
Echt al te sterk zou ik dit toch niet noemen.
**
...auf die Dauer viel zu monoton...
***
...weniger...
*
Ach was liebe ich so etwas.
**
I don't know what Boujee is so I don't know whether I can agree with that.
**
Das ist so Musik, bei der ich mich frage, wer sie freiwillig öfter als maximal 2-3 Mal hört, ohne vor Langeweile einzupennen. Ich mein, der Song geht über fünf Minuten und besteht fast ausschließlich aus demselben "Yo, Nigga, yo!"-Geplapper und dem an sich guten, aber in der Penetranz seiner Nutzung dann doch ziemlich schnell nervigen Beat im Hintergrund. Laaaaame!
****
This could almost pass as a Key & Peele sketch. It's inexplicably iconic, as on face value it just sounds like some ScHoolboy Q off-cut. Not that it's bad at all though, as I do like the beat and flow and also how the length doesn't bother me like it probably should. 3.75
******
ganz ok, für mich etwas zu monoton produziert.

edit: sorry, riesige trap-bombe. "raindrop, drop top"!!!
Last edited: 06.03.2017 17:10
**

Rubbish.
**
Op de een of ander manier heeft deze plaat het tot de #1 geschopt in de VS. Niet mijn muziek. Eentonig vooral en al die rare kreetjes tussendoor.. Nee, niets voor mij.
***
Da bin ich mal mit drei Sternen dabei. Das Grundthema ist okay. Leider etwas zu monoton.
**
Ungenießbarer Quatsch.
*
echt im ernst... das ist musik?
das ist in den charts wegen dem cover. definitiv.
****
Ok..
*
Ass poor.
**
Tja, also ich bin ja froh, wenn dieser neue Rap-Trend wieder durch ist. Zum Glück sind die Songs wirklich nur in den USA erfolgreich. Mir fehlt da schlicht die Melodie - wie brillant der Text ist, entzieht sich meiner Kenntnis... Abgerundete 2.
*****
This song provides a fascinating look into class relations. It's always a topic I've found unusual just because of how repugnant it sounds when you explain it. It's perpetually been made clear to me that people find it easier to empathise with people who are similar to them, and thus harder to empathise with people who are less similar. This manifests itself in frankly ugly ways.

With class relations, I'm reminded of the concept of the nouveau riche, the people whose riches come from their own hustle rather than inheritance. Historically, the latter group has shown themselves to despise the former, it's basically the plot to The Great Gatsby, where a perfectly reasonable man is put into conflict because of his status. I've also recently been reading a tranlation of Luo Guanzhong's Romance Of The Three Kingdoms, where nobility plays a key role in how people are respected; Yuan Shao is ready to dismiss Liu Bei from his contingent as a commoner despite the fact that his sworn brother had just slain a previously unstoppable enemy general. It's only once he makes the claim that he's a descendant of an emperor, that suddenly everything's ok.

This concept is actually brought up in "Bad and Boujee", just about the first thing Offset mentions in the song is his 'new money' status. He flaunts it in the way that the nouveau riche are characterised as doing, something that will actively offend just about anyone not in the same situation.

As it were, people are hideously offended by this song. Sometimes so blatantly that I see complaints seemingly made up on principle from the same people who just conveniently seem to hate every single rap song that doesn't have some overt pop element to tide them over (if they don't hate that for having the gall to cross over because of it!). I see this called mumble rap and that makes no sense to me whatsoever, Offset & Quavo's bars are so thoroughly pronounced, as per the typical fare for Migos.

The flow is actually the main point of my review. Because the success of this song should be seen as a victory for (now hear me out because this next word is going to be extremely difficult to accept) talent. Music history is filled with artists taking the basis of something that someone else has done, scoring more success without pioneering anything. For years there were countless rappers coming through with songs co-opting the 'Migos flow', involving an extensive use of triplets to create a compelling flow. All while this was happening, Migos had only barely cracked the Hot 100 at all, and only after a co-sign from Drake.

But in the aftermath of all that, it's Migos who have the Billboard #1 single and I find that inspiring. Even internally there's something to like about it. Quavo has always been the breakout star of Migos, perhaps due to his prolific collaborations around the place more than anything else, and Offset was in danger of being seen as the Pras of the group. So it's kind of amazing that their huge hit does so on the strength of Offset's hook, with that & his verse taking up well over half of the whole track. It's a shame Takeoff doesn't even appear on the song, as I'd readily take him over Lil Uzi.

I'm ready to love this song all over again when it becomes a throwback. It's destined to be nostalgic as all heck.
Last edited: 30.03.2017 14:31
**
weniger mein fall...
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