Migos Reading "'Twas The Night Before Christmas" Should Make Your Season Bright
May you have a holly jolly Christmas.
Migos stopped by Spotify’s Rap Caviar to read the 1823 classic poem, ’Twas The Night Before Christmas,’ and yes, it was as wonderful as you’d expect.
All three members, Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, sit down separately to read the tale, and how fitting that the clip was released on Christmas Eve (Dec. 24). While the famous words in the poem were easy to understand, one word in particular caused a great amount of confusion.
“What the hell is this word?” asks Offset when confronted with the word “kerchief.”
Of course, the “Walk It Talk It” MCs had to put their own spin on the iconic story. Quavo ad-libbed the line “while visions of sugarplums danced in their dreads,” and “no cap” and “cash” also made appearances in the ATLiens’ rendition.
What’s the final verdict, per Takeoff? “Might be a couple bars in that thing, you know what I’m saying?” he smiles.
While the group continues to work as a trio, they are also working on their own respective projects. This year, Quavo released his album Quavo Huncho, while Takeoff released his debut solo project, The Last Rocket. Offset is reportedly working on his own project as well.
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