It hits shelves next week.
Migos’ Quavo has announced his debut solo album, titled ‘Quavo Huncho’.
The album, which is planned for release on Friday, October 12, will be Quavo’s first solo record.
The rapper appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week to perform a medley of two new songs, ‘Lamb Talk’ and ‘Workin Me’.
He also participated in Fallon’s ‘Catchphrase’ game alongside Billy Crystal and Gisele Bündchen.
‘Culture II’, the third release by the American hip-hip trio, was given four stars by NME’s Jordan Bassett earlier this year: “the fab three have done it again.”
Quavo is known as the “head honcho” of the group, who formed in 2009. His cousin, Offset, and nephew, Takeoff, complete the outfit who are now known for musically representing the state’s capital Atlanta, regarded as trap music’s spiritual home.
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In 2017, Quavo collaborated with Travis Scott on a joint project called ‘Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho’.