Just three months after debuting "Bad and Boujee," Migos can now call the Metro Boomin-produced single their biggest hit to date on Billboard's Hot 100.
The trio collected a career milestone this week after their single, which also features a guest verse by Lil Uzi Vert, reached No. 54 on the Hot 100, soaring 22 spots from its No. 76 debut last week. For a group who has made its name synonymous with ubiquitous hits ("Fight Night," "Versace") over the last three years, this news is somewhat surprising given their radio spin streak. However, after seeing what Rae Sremmurd was able to pull off with "Black Beatles," which towers over the Hot 100 for a second straight week, the news marks yet another huge milestone for the group as the song is on pace to crack the top 50 in the coming weeks. All in all, things are only looking upward for the trio.
As Forbes reports, the track has racked up over 10 million Spotify streams, generating over 400,000 plays a day in the U.S. On YouTube, the single itself has been played over 12.4 million times, while the music video sits at 22.5 million plays. "Bad And Boujee" has also reached No. 19 on Billboard's Rap Streaming Songs chart this week, along with the On-Demand Songs chart. On the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart it is parked at No. 25.
With two RIAA-certified gold certifications under their belt ("Fight Night," "Versace"), a third RIAA plaque looks imminent.
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Expect "Bad and Boujee" to appear on CULTURE, the follow-up to the group's 2015 album Yung Rich Nation.