"Put the remote down, this that trap sound!"
Oka, that may not have been lyric-for-lyric what rap trio Migos had to sing about on during their second trip to the NBC studios as the featured musical guests on “Saturday Night Live” over the weekend. They did, however, manage to deliver a hefty serving of “Stir Fry” to their fans in the live audience and those watching on television, in addition to a performance of “Narcos” later on in the evening, which was hosted this weekend by former NBA star-turned game analyst Charles Barkley.
The two performances from Saturday can be watched in the videos above and below, and features the fellas of Migos (Quavo, Offset and Takeoff) spreading plenty of their trap-styled hip-hop throughout the “SNL” stage as if they were playing the roles of styled up 2.0 musical versions of Johnny Appleseed. Unlike their first time performing on the sketch comedy show, the band didn’t have any assistance from Katy Perry this time around. That didn’t seem to throw off the rap group though, as by now the trio and their outspokenly fun musical style is entertaining enough to headline any stage on their own at this point.
Migos’ appearance on “SNL” helped kickstart the show’s March schedule, which will also welcome musical performances from alt-rock heroes Arcade Fire and James Bay, who just returned with the first single off his upcoming sophomore album with “Wild Love.” Migos’ own Quavo recently took home the MVP honors at the Celebrity All-Star Game during the NBA’s All-Star Weekend events, and the group was also just announced as co-headliners alongside SZA for Goldenvoice’s brand new Blurry Vision Festival in Oakland come May.
Fans can also read up on the arrival of Migos’ recently released Culture 2 by clicking here.