Quavo announces new music and shows Dope cover art


Quavo has something new for fans to come.

A few days ago, Offset dropped a preview of a new track and accompanying video. Liftoff and Quavo weren’t in the action for this specific instance, so the offering could be a solo venture. Now Quavo seems to be doing the same. On Thursday, January 27, he released the cover for a new track called “Shooters In My Crib”. The caption simply read “Midnight!”, so the release is on the horizon.

Like the other members of the Atlanta hip hop trio, Quavo isn’t new to doing things on his own. The three artists released solo albums, while continuing their collective work on the Culture series. Offset released an album titled Father of 4, which debuted at number four. Takeoff’s solo project The last rocket achieved the same placement upon release. Quavo, the de facto leader of the Migos, reached number two on the Billboard 200 with his debut album Quavo Huncho.

Quavo also has impressive numbers on the songs he’s featured on, not least because of his knack for knocking out melodic hooks. Some of its main features include Post Malone’s “Congratulations” and Travis Scott’s “Pick Up The Phone”. DJ Khaled’s track “I’m The One” hit number one Billboard, which also featured Chance The Rapper, Lil Wayne and Justin Bieber. Although the track was meant to do well with those names attached to it, Quavo shed its own weight and fit the song perfectly.

Quavo has a proven track record of snappy hooks and fire functionality. Are you looking forward to its new release? Let us know how you feel in the comments below.


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