Rap Snacks Jingle Featuring Hip Hop Group Migos Goes Viral
The Migos jingle "Dab of Ranch" to be released as a Spotify Single.
By: Rap Snacks
Everything the Migos touch lately has turned to gold, especially when it comes to pop culture. The group has been able to connect with all facets including music, tv, and digital. Their song "Bad and Bougie" is now synonymously identified with one of the biggest breakout shows on primetime television, the FOX network hit "Atlanta". Following Actor Donald Glover's Golden Globes 2017 acceptance speech shout out, the ATL trio viral hit "Bad and Bougie" became the No. 1 song in the country, their first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 record.
Migos is an American hip hop group from Lawrenceville, Georgia formed in 2009. The group consists of three members, known by their stage names Quavo (Quavious Marshall), Takeoff (Kirshnik Ball), and Offset (Kiari Cephus). Migos released their first charting-song "Versace", in 2013, from the mixtape Y.R.N., and later released several successful singles such as "Fight Night" (2014), "Look at My Dab" (2016) and the chart-topping hit "Bad and Bougie". The group released their debut studio album, Yung Rich Nation, in 2015, through Quality Control Music and 300 Entertainment. Their sophomore effort Culture was released on January 27, 2017.
Rap Snacks are a variety of potato chips that feature famous rappers. They are generally sold in convenience stores and advertised as "The Official Snack of Hip hop." Rap Snacks were created by James Lindsay in 1994. Rap Snacks feature a wide variety of popular rappers, each having their own distinct flavor. The packaging of each variety features a cartoon version of the rapper on the front and a quote from the artist on the back. Consumers are also able to scan to download the latest music and information from the bag using their mobile devices.
A recent video put out by Migos, shows they're already working on the full version of the jingle with some notable bars including "don't grab a Snickers, go get a bag of em" and "give me some, cause I'm bout to smash … get your own, you'll be glad." Rap Snacks CEO James Lindsay has confirmed there will be more collaborative efforts soon, "we have a commercial that's really funny and [the commercial single]'s going to be released with it along with merchandise,"
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