A bit about quavo.
Primarily known for being one-third of the hip-hop/trap collective Migos, Quavo (real name Quavious Marshall) is a rapper and hip-hop artist from Lawrenceville, Georgia. Alongside Offset (his cousin) and Takeoff (his nephew), he helped form Migos in 2009 and released their first mixtapes, Juug Season in 2011 and No Label in 2012. (No Label went on to receive a sequel tape in 2014.) However, it wasn’t until the release of the track “Versace” from their 2013 mixtape, Young Rich N*ggas, that they came to full prominence. The song was a breakout hit, receiving further exposure when Drake produced a remix. In 2014, Quavo was named “most influential rapper” by the online hip-hop community Complex Music. In subsequent years, he appeared on further releases with Migos, most notably their full-length albums Yung Rich Nation (2015) and C U L T U R E (2017). He also appeared on tracks like “Champions” for Kanye West’s GOOD Music label and performed alongside Young Thug on 2016’s “Fuck Cancer” and on 2017’s “Go Off” with Travis Scott and Lil Uzi Vert for the Fate of the Furious movie soundtrack. Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, a collaborative project with Travis Scott, was also released in 2017.
Quavo Drops Solo Debut “Quavo Huncho”
The first Migos solo project has arrived as Quavo steps out on his own to release his debut album, Quavo Huncho.
Quavo premiered the LP on Thursday night (October 11) during the return episode of DJ Khaled’s We The Best Radio. Now, fans can listen to it whenever they want.
Check out the Migos member’s Quavo Huncho stream, cover art and track list below.
Quavo has announced his debut solo album, Quavo Huncho, will arrive next Friday (October 12). Earlier this week, the Migos rapper revealed Drake, Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Cardi B and Saweetie are involved in the project.
Quavo has found success as a featured guest on many songs over the past few years, including Post Malone’s No. 1 hit “Congratulations” and DJ Khaled’s “I’m The One” featuring Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne and Chance The Rapper.
In an interview with HYPEBEAST, Quavo said Quavo Huncho wasn’t intentional but more a result of getting in the studio and working with so many people.
“It was just about me having all these features out and everybody assuming that I was gonna do like a solo career,” he said. “I got too much music. I got to channel it somewhere. So, dropping the solo project is a good way to do it.”
1. BIGGEST ALLEY OOP
2. PASS OUT ft. 21 Savage
3. HUNCHO DREAMS
4. FLIP THE SWITCH ft. Drake
5. GIVE IT TO EM ft. Saweetie
7. WORKIN ME
8. HOW BOUT THAT
9. CHAMPAGNE ROSE ft. Madonna & Cardi B
10. KEEP THAT SHIT ft. Takeoff
11. FUCK 12 ft. Offset
12. LOSE IT ft. Lil Baby
13. RERUN ft. Travis Scott
14. GO ALL THE WAY
15. LAMB TALK
16. BIG BRO
17. SWING ft. Normani & Davido
18. BUBBLE GUM
19. LOST ft. Kid Cudi