After dropping 10 Days Of Acid & Coloring Books — an insanely dope Chance the Rapper remix tape that was retweeted by "Lil Chano" himself — Stockton, CA beatsmith/emcee extraordinaire Steve Spiffler is back on the ones and twos with a soulful flip of Migos' "Bad and Boujee."
Spiffler's chilled out remix of B&B shows off his impeccable production and puts a crazy spin on the original that is easily the most impressive yet.
Unless you've been living in a coal mine, chances are you've come across "Bad and Boujee" on the airwaves or via fan-made videos where the song is set to scenes from Friends or PBS' Sid the Science Kid. Steve Spiffler's clever reimagining of the ubiquitous viral hit juxtaposes Migos' turnt vocals with a smooth slice of sampled soul. The result is a jam that's impossible not to vibe out to. (Seriously, try to keep your head stationary when you hit the play button.)
2017 is barely underway and Spiffler already has two killer drops and was cosigned by arguably the biggest name in hip hop. His "Bad and Boujee" flip is yet another impressive step in his musical journey and we're excited to see what else comes up the turnpike.