Quavo seems to refer to Migos’ future in terms of ‘greatness’

quavo talked about the future of Migo. Next death belong to Take off, Almost three months ago, fans were wondering if the remaining members Quavo and Compensate will come together to continue their hit-making rap group.

But, according to the new release of Quavo the great, Migos’ days are cherished but gone. Quavo raps about the group’s legacy and game-changing sound in the three-minute track. Less than a minute into the song, he mentions online talks about the group’s future.

“Entered, swept the game like a storm with a brutal flow, n***a Take did it/ So don’t ask about the group, you go, let’s go, n***a youth can’t come back, damn it!

The song’s accompanying video, which has earned more than 290,000 views in 10 hours, shows snapshots of Quavo watching footage of Takeoff, playing basketball, smoking and attending events.

Another thing the new song makes clear, the uncle is still grieving the sudden passing of his grandson. He opens the song with the wish to be able to see Take.

“My necklace, my watch, my wrist, my birth house, my rise and my sharpening, I would give all of this just to see my dawg once. more,” Quavo raps. “Look up at the light once, stay here, shake the mic once. Roll once, exactly once.”

As previously reported, Takeoff is shoot and kill on November 1 after a conflict broke out near a bowling alley in Houston. The 28-year-old man died from gunshot wounds to the head and torso. Quavo was present during filming, and the heartbreaking video shows him shouting Take’s name in despair near the bloody body.

A month later, police arrested a Houston DJ named Patrick Clark about murder. Patrick is scheduled to go to court in March but has posted a million dollar bond in early January. His release reportedly included house arrest with GPS monitoring and a ban on alcohol, drugs, and firearms.

Quavo highlights Migos’ success in new song ‘Greatness’

Although Quavo appears to have confirmed Migos’ end, the rapper praised their achievement throughout the track.

About a minute and twenty seconds later, he raps:

“Never forget that Migos amazin’/ Look at the bandages and knots on my pants, you know young girls made it/ Think right lil’ n*** a, you never knew you could be fmaous/ I got this shit out the mud and got a lil’ buzz, then QC changed it.”

In the outro, he said:

“You made the best time of your life/ The present is wonderful/ You chose the most perfect time in the world, right now/ It was the best time/ I don’t care how long it lasts, I don’t care what storm you’ve been through/ it’s greatness/ This is how legends are born, greatness/ I couldn’t do it without a great band world’s greatest/ Hmm, greatness/ I couldn’t have done it without the world’s greatest grandson.”

This is the second song Quavo released to pay tribute to Takeoff. Also released on Wednesday (January 5), trace ‘Without You’ highlights his grief after Take’s death. For over four minutes, Quavo rapped about crying countless times, their becoming a star, and seeing his grandson again.

“Wish I had a time machine // Just so you could come with me // I miss the way you laughed at me // Uncle and Phew to infinity // I wish I had a time machine / / So you can ride with me // Put my arms around and hug you tight, Phew // So you can never say goodbye to me.

quavo perform Have no friend with the Maverick City Music Choir at the 65th Grammy Awards. After the performance, TMZ reports that the remaining Migos members, Quavo and Offset, have joined a physical change in a moment of tribute before Quavo took the stage.

Compensate refuse to report on Twitter, saying, “What it’s like to fight my brother, you’re all crazy.”

Afterward, Tonight’s reception release a iPhone behind-the-scenes video Offset’s wife and rapper Cardi B screaming backstage. However, the clip only has the audio of her voice, with no clear representation of the alleged altercation.

“Both of you are wrong. This is incorrect. No, b***h shut up because you shouldn’t be talking,” Cardi said.

She later denied that she was “handle” anything but her “skin” in an interview with ET.

In a separate incident earlier this month, Offset call out J. Prince in an online post after J. Prince accused Set of not being there when Takeoff was alive.

At the time of publication, Offset had not yet reacted to Quavo’s song the great on social networks.


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