Migos to Teach NYU Students to Be ‘Bad & Boujee’
Hip-hop group Migos are on an incredible ride. They not only have one of the most popular songs in the country in “Bad & Boujee,” but they were introduced to a whole new audience during the Golden Globes when Donald Glover shouted them out during his acceptance speech.
“I think they’re the Beatles of this generation. They don’t get a lot of respect outside of Atlanta,” Glover said. “There’s a generation, the YouTube generation that I came up with, that are growing up with something separate from a whole group of people. Honestly, that song is just fly.”
Well, now it looks like Migos are getting the respect they deserve. The trio will teach a special class over the weekend at New York University in conjunction with the release of their new album, Culture, hosted by the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music.
Here’s how NYU describes the event:
Join Migos for a one-of-a-kind experience — The C U L T U R E C L A S S at NYU. The day after the release of their highly anticipated album, Culture, we’ll be having an intimate discussion with Migos and special guests about the group’s impact on Fashion, Music, Pop Culture, and more.
Like their hit single, the class is already sold out. So those looking to learn more about the “Bad & Boujee” group will just have to pick up the new album.