Weekend one of Coachella is a wrap, and while we all are recovering from an extremely long, but incredible, weekend of some of truly talented artists, there's one thing we all can't stop talking about: Migos.
The trio, whose hit "Bad and Boujee" is one of the most catching anthems of the past year, not only inspired numerous DJ's to remix the song throughout the entire weekend, but the three amigos were also welcomed to the Coachella stages not once, not twice, not even three, but four times. They weren't even on the lineup, but it's a group that forces us to listen to them, and it works. They made surprise appearance on many different stages, and of course, played our favorite song each and every time.
Take a look below at all of the times we heard "Bad and Boujee" throughout the weekend below.
Kungs: Friday 3:20-4:10 pm, Sahara
During a packed set in the Sahara tent on Friday afternoon where everyone was still fully rested from their pre-Coachella regimens, the 20-year-old French DJ threw down an impressive performance at his Coachella debut. Hearing Kungs remix a bass-heavy house version of "Bad and Boujee" was a perfect way to get the weekend started off right- even if it was the hottest part of the day.
Watch our interview with Kungs here
Louis The Child: Friday 12 am, DoLab
The DoLab stage this year was the place to be late night after the headliners were finished—but you weren't. On Friday night, Louis The Child made a special guest appearance and threw down a set that kept people dancing until they wouldn't let you stay on festival grounds anymore. Of course, it wouldn't be a complete DJ set without a remix of "Bad and Boujee," and hearing it was actually a great way to end day one of Coachella
Future: Saturday, 7:30-8:20 pm, Coachella Stage
Future's performance was one of the strongest over the weekend, and he even got to come out once more during Kendrick Lamar's epic set that closed down the weekend. It wouldn't have been a complete performance without bringing out a guest, and that guest were Migos. They came out on stage for a quick few minutes to perform "Bad and Boujee," and "T-shirt" and then they carried on—as they had a busy night.
DJ Snake: Saturday 10:00 pm, Outdoor Stage
Migos made their way to the outdoor stage Friday night to make an appearance on DJ Snake's set to close out the Outdoor Stage on day two. They came out and sang, yup, you guessed it, "Bad and Boujee" and also sang one of their other popular songs, "Oh Me, Oh My." In addition to Migos coming out, Ms. Lauryn Hill also made a surprise appearance.
Gucci Mane: Saturday, 10:35 pm, Sahara
Saturday night was a night for well-deserved hip-hop artists to shine, and having Gucci Mane on the lineup was particularly sweet. Guwop packed out the Sahara tent late Saturday night, and if you weren't attempting to get up close at Lady Gaga on the main stage, you were singing along to Gucci. For how the night was going, it was obvious that he was going to bring out some special guests, and that he did. Diddy, Rae Sremmurd and Lil Yachty were his guests of choice and then of course, the set wouldn't be complete without Migos coming out to sing "Bad and Boujee."
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DJ Khaled: Sunday, 7:25 pm- 8:15 pm, Sahara
DJ Khaled's name seemed to be overlooked on Sunday night since his set time was the same time as Porter Robinson and Madeon, but he wanted to make it a point to make his set super special, which included bringing out a ton of special gusts. Appearances included 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, French Montana for "All The Way Up," Swae Lee, Wale, ASAP Ferg and then you, you guessed it, Migos. For the last time of weekend, the crowd heard "Bad and Boujee," a song that will forever be stuck in Coachella weekend one-goers heads.