When Atlanta rap trio Migos took the stage at Drai’s Nightclub for Hypebeast’s Official Agenda After Party on February 21, there was no room to stand, let alone walk. The combination of Agenda, Hypebeast, and Migos, a group known not only for their addictive trap beats and back-to-back hits, but also their distinctive style, proved an appealing match that packed the club.
Migos cleary dressed to impress. Offset, Takeoff, and Quavo donned fashionable ensembles comprised of bold colors, oversized-ponchos, ripped denim and distressed t-shirts with their logo. They also rocked a blinding combination of chains, bracelets and rings decked out with diamonds. They looked every bit the modern-day rock stars.
Taking the stage a little after 1 a.m., Migos delivered track after track from their No. 1 album Culture. Their energetic performance cemented their rock star status as they threw money in the air, jumped around the stage and cracked jokes with the crowd as waves of confetti rained down.
For a little over an hour, the Atlanta trio performed hits such as “T-Shirt,” “Call Casting,” “Brown Paper Bag” and “Kelly Price.” But with every artist, there’s always one song that the crowd is waiting, at times impatiently, to hear. And as the intro to “Bad and Boujee,” the group’s No. 1 single, began to play, the energy inside the club exploded. So much in fact that the group played it twice, remixed it and added in a freestyle. But there were no complaints — Migos gave the crowd exactly what they wanted. Do it for the Culture.