On Sunday night, the three guys—Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset—who comprise the Georgia-based trio Migos certainly were. Migos performed "Versace" and their chart-topping single "Bad and Boujee" at GQ's Grammys party at the Chateau Marmont onstage with their multiple Grammy-winning buddy Chance the Rapper. Afterward, they gifted GQ with a glimpse into what it's like to be a group of young musician dudes on top of the world. Apparently it entails a lot of deep thoughts about animals.
Getting my grooming together, because you know tonight's gonna be a nice night. We're everywhere—number one song in the country, number one album, so everybody wanna see you.
Takeoff: I did the same thing, but I sat back and meditated for a while. The Best Awards Show Moments Are the Ones That Can't Be Planned Adele would probably prefer to forget her flub—but what else are you going to remember from the Grammys? We've been so busy, running around, shopping, trying to get ourselves good, we hardly had time to do it. But I know my boy Chance won the Grammys, and I'm happy for him.
It's been said in the past that the Grammys are a little out of touch—especially with regard to black musicians. Do you guys feel like Chance's win is a step in the right direction, or is there still work to be done?