In addition to "Bad and Boujee" sitting pretty at No. 2 in its 12th week on the chart, the ATL trio's follow-up single, "T-Shirt," jumped 18 spots from No. 37 to No. 19 in just its third week on the chart, and five new songs from their No. 1 albumC U L T U R E all made their charting debut: "Slippery" (featuring Gucci Mane) at No. 48, "Kelly Price" (featuring Travis Scott) at No. 58, "Call Casting" at No. 62, "Get Right Witcha" at No. 72, and "Culture" (featuring DJ Khaled) at No. 93.
With "T-Shirt"'s entrance into the top 20 (No. 19), Migos has joined The Weeknd—"Starboy" (No. 7), "I Feel It Coming" (No. 16)—as the only other act to currently have more than one top 20 single.
Impressively, as a result of their five new chart additions, more than half of the C U L T U R E tracklist (seven songs) is now charting on the Hot 100.
Left for dead after their 2015 debut Yung Rich Nation flopped—the album only moved 15k equivalent units in its first week—Migos has truly written the ultimate comeback story over the past year. After Offset was released from prison and Lyor Cohen moved out of their way, the 300 signees' started working with Kanye West, rode a meme to the No. 1 song in the country and used a shout out from Donald Glover at the Golden Globes to ricochet to the top of the charts.
Rain drop, Migos cannot be stopped.
By Z, who loves to argue with you on Twitter.
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