Takeoff is impressed with how many bars are in the children's book.
The last time they read a children's book, the video ended up going viral. It's no surprise that the Migos are out here rapping along to a brand new book as they try to recreate the same success as "Llama Llama Red Pajamas." This time, the Atlanta trio decided to have a little holiday fun with "'Twas the Night Before Christmas."
Each member of the Migos appears in a new video where they use their signature flows to make the classic Christmas book into a rap song. Spotify's Rap Caviar got the group to rap along to the children's book, checking if they can offer the same magic as before. Takeoff took the challenge extremely seriously, coming through with some bars and later stating that he was impressed with how much lyrical content can be found in the book. When the word "kerchief" comes along, both Offset and Quavo were stumped. Even the guys behind the camera weren't too sure about the word, suggesting that it may be a shortened version of handkerchief.
We've got some signature ad-libs and Takeoff even changes the words to better suit his ideology. Check out the video and let us know if you think the group should continue rapping over children's books.