Monte Booker Channels His Inner Bad & Boujee With “raindrop, droptop”

As Migos‘ latest banger “Bad and Boujee” dominates the charts, the series of spinoffs associated with the song continues to rise. From the plethora of “raindrop, droptop” reiterations dominating the meme zeitgeist, to a recent endorsement from Renaissance man Childish Gambino himself at the Golden Globe award stage for his show Atlanta, the number of people feeling a little bad and boujee themselves sees no sign of slowing anytime soon.

Adding to the fervor, Monte Booker, the Soulection producer commonly associated with artists such as Smino, recently dropped his own interpretation to the monolithic hit, Taking the lyrics and laying them on top of his own unique production style, the head bopping 808 production of Metro Boomin is replaced by wildly intricate chimes sounding much like melodic raindrops themselves. The uptempo song easily supplements the rapid fire rhymes the Migos are famous for, creating a piece I will probably be listening to more than the original.

Stream “raindrop, droptop” below:

Monte Booker will also be joining Sángo on tour later this month. Peep the tour flyer below and grab tickets here.