Migos Perform "Hannah Montana" Backed By A 9-Piece Orchestra

Posted by , Jul 21, 2015 at 12:48pm

Migos go from Zaytoven to Beethoven in their new performance.


The Migos vs. Beatles debate was a direct reaction to the rockist idea that musicians who play traditional instruments make music that is more "real" than those in genres that rely on technology-- such as contemporary pop and and rap. 

While the Migos ultimately won the battle, their latest experiment should win over the few naysayers remaining, as they're paired with the makers of the "realest" of "real" music-- a classical orchestra. Recreating the lively Dun Deal beat from "Hannah Montana," the players reveal to the close-minded just how complex your average rap production can be.

Of course, it's great to see Quavo and Takeoff backed by a live band as well, which makes us hope they can organize S&M 2, a sequel to Metallica's popular performance with a symphony orchestra (the title still works!).  

Migos go from Zaytoven to Beethoven in their new performance.

The Migos vs. Beatles debate was a direct reaction to the rockist idea that musicians who play traditional instruments make music that is more "real" than those in genres that rely on technology-- such as contemporary pop and and rap. 

While the Migos ultimately won the battle, their latest experiment should win over the few naysayers remaining, as they're paired with the makers of the "realest" of "real" music-- a classical orchestra. Recreating the lively Dun Deal beat from "Hannah Montana," the players reveal to the close-minded just how complex your average rap production can be.

Of course, it's great to see Quavo and Takeoff backed by a live band as well, which makes us hope they can organize S&M 2, a sequel to Metallica's popular performance with a symphony orchestra (the title still works!).  

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