Sold out shows, an anticipated upcoming tour, songs and albums at the top of the charts. The Migos have staked their claim to being "the number one group in the world" And to their millions of fans, that self proclamation is Sunday morning Gospel.
Last night in Austin, TX, Migos closed out Quality Control (QC's) showcase for YouTube with the energetic trio rifling off a plethora of their crowd pleasers.
Quavo, Takeoff and Offset set it off with "Culture," from their current top selling album of the same name. They later segued into "Get Right Witcha" and slowed down the pace a little bit with "What The Price."
"If you a day one Migos fan and you want us to take it back, say 'take it back,'" Quavo commanded.
Of course the audience replied and this led to the people jumping on "Hana Montana."
"If you want us to do one more, say 'one more'" Offset chimed in. The crowd participation was rewarded with "Fight Night."
And while their bedroom sparring partners got props on the aforementioned record, Migos also paid tribute to some other ladies in their lives, their mothers, with "T-Shirt."
"Mama told me not to sell work / mama!" The sang. "Seventeen five, same color T-shirt, mama! / Mama told me not to sell work, mama! Seventeen five, same color T-shirt."
"Raindrops! drop tops!" Offset would say later with no beat. This reved up the crowd for the number one hip-hop song in the country, the number two song overall on Billboard's Hot 100, "Bad and Boujee."
"Bad and Boujee" the spectators yelled with vigor as the trio brought their friends to the front of the stage with them.
Lil Yachty and his Sailing Team opened the night up with a round of hits including "One Night" and "Broccoli."