With the extreme amount of tweets and jokes using Migos’ opening line of Bad and Boujee, the track has gotten plenty of attention, bringing it to number one on the Billboard 100 list and bringing about a good deal of remixes.
One of those remixes was done by Soulection producer, Monte Booker, who frequently collaborates with St. Louis rapper, Smino Brown. Monte flipped the trap sound by using Migos’ vocals over a light, bouncy electronic beat. He weaves together springy, what resembles raindrop, sounds and a soft bass to make an upbeat, techno tune that is perfect if you’re getting a little tired of the radio (and the internet) overplaying the original. As dope as Bad and Boujee is, Monte added a different twist that’s worth a listen.