Here Is A Video Of Migos Performing “Hannah Montana” With A 9-Piece Orchestra (You’re Welcome)

“Who’s your favorite traditional composer?”
“Beethoven.”
“Have you ever heard of Zaytoven?”

This is the essence of Migos’ latest undertaking. The Atlanta trio teamed up with music streaming hub Audiomack for a special performance of “Hannah Montana,” backed by a nine-piece orchestra. Bringing a new level of musicality to their hit, the good folks at Audiomack have blessed the Internet with what it dubs “trap symphony,” and it is quite entertaining to behold.

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“This was a dope concept,” the Migos told The Fader. “We been influenced by all different types of music. People think of Migos and think of one type of music, but we gonna do it all.”

Sadly Migos member Offset was not on hand to join in the classical festivities, as he remains behind bars at Georgia’s Bulloch County Jail. This is the first video of a three-part suite that is expected to be released soon. Migos’ Yung Rich Nation album drops on July 31, and we have no word on where or not a cello makes an appearance on the record.

Watch Migos go “trap symphony,” courtesy of Audiomack, above.