Before Migos officially crossed over into the mainstream with the Billboard chart-topping “Bad and Boujee” from their now-released sophomore album Culture, the Atlanta trio created one of the catchiest snack jingles in recent memory with “Dab of Ranch.”
The small ditty was for their collaboration with Hip Hop-inspired snack food outlet Rap Snacks. Speaking with DX in December, company CEO James “Fly” Lindsay mentioned the track becoming a commercial single.
“Yes and we have a commercial that’s really funny and [the commercial single]’s going to be released with it along with merchandise,” Lindsay told DX.
According to a recent video from Migos, they’re already working on the full version with some notable bars including “don’t grab a Snickers, go get a bag of em” and “give me some, cause I’m bout to smash … get your own, you’ll be glad.”