Rap group Migos burst onto the national scene with their hit single “Versace” when Drake remixed their track, and now their latest single “Hannah Montana” has been getting major airplay as well. The Atlanta rappers gave fans a new visual for the “Hannah Montana” track, which as you could imagine, features a significant amount of twerking. According to vibe.com:
“Less than a month after ‘Hannah Montana’ hit the internet, Cyrus debuted her new wild child persona, complete with rampant twerking and references to Molly, so the Migos song’s punchline (using an innocent young pop star’s name as drug slang) wasn’t quite so clever anymore. That’s reflected in the updated version of the song that appears in the official video, which somehow milks the Miley reference even more so than the original. Much to my dismay, this re-working lacks the spontaneous energy and natural flow of the original, which you can download for free as part of YRN. It feels like a cold cut-and-paste job, like they cranked out a novelty hit to cash in on a stupid trend when in actuality they wrote a genius slap-happy rap track.”
Migos are expected to drop a follow up album to their Young Rich N*ggas album, called YRN 2, in January. In the meantime, check out the Migos “Hannah Montana” video below.