After a busy 2018, which noticed the discharge of Culture II and his debut solo album Quavo Huncho, Quavo has no plans to decelerate.
Fresh off Migos’ Mustard collaboration “Pure Water,” the prolific MC spoke to Billboard about his upcoming initiatives together with Culture III, the third installment in Migos’ Culture collection. The album was due early this year, however it’s not fairly completed. Quavo now expects it to reach following Offset’s solo debut.
“Culture III shouldn't be prepared but,” he mentioned. “We’re ready on Offset’s solo album.”
In addition to crafting Culture III, he and his Migos groupmates, Offset and Takeoff, have been in the studio with Kanye West engaged on his Yandhi album. “It was some good vibes. All constructive,” revealed Quavo of the Miami periods. “The shit was exhausting. The shit he acquired goes loopy.”
During the interview, he additionally addressed Souja Boy’s declare on “The Breakfast Club” that he gave Migos the “Versace” beat. “Nah, he recorded on the ‘Versace’ beat,” defined Quavo. “Zaytoven usually does this on a regular basis the place he sends the identical beat out. Growing up, I believe I heard the tune, it was like an ‘OMG’ tune. Then we ended up doing a tougher report with some tougher lyrics. Soulja most undoubtedly influenced a variety of all people’s work. He’s talking details. He hasn’t mentioned something mistaken.”
According to Quavo, Migos thought-about performing on the Super Bowl halftime present. “It’s one thing we put up for questioning, however as a result of a variety of issues happening, we gained’t put a particular reply on it,” he mentioned. “We’ll discuss it amongst the folks and see how they really feel about it.”
But he’s pleased to see Travis Scott and Big Boi take the gig despite the controversy. “Of course I’m proud to see my companion Travis, it is a massive stage for him,” he mentioned. “I’m pleased with Big Boi as a result of he represents the town of Atlanta. It’s not as robust because the world need to make it. As lengthy as we acquired understanding as grown males and what our understanding is for the longer term.”
Additionally, Migos has recorded a tune for Mountain Dew referred to as “Position to Win,” which shall be featured within the model’s upcoming “Do the DEW” business. “We needed to deliver it to the tradition with the EDM-trap twist to it,” mentioned Quavo. “I believe it’s an enormous second for us.”