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Migos frontman Quavo checks in with The Cruz Show at the Power 106 Perrier® & Juice Studios to talk about who he thinks should perform at the Superbowl, how it’s been performing seven sold out shows in Los Angeles for Drake’s Aubrey and The Three Migos tour and confirms new music to be featured on Kanye West’s new album Yhandi.
Currently embarking on the AATTM tour in support of Drake’s Scorpion album and the Migos’ Culture II release, Quavo celebrates the success and energy that has come from the U.S. trek of the lineup. With surprise guests almost every night for the sold out shows, Quavo shouts out all the special guests the tour has had and praises the process stating, ”It’s a blessing to be on the road, this many shows, you know what I’m saying. The top two musicians right now in the world. The top artists in the world and we just bringing all of our hits. It ain’t no club right now that’s not playing Migos and Drake back to back right now so, just having that on the tour is like one big party.”
With the Migos trio winning the American Music Award for Favorite Duo or Group – Pop/Rock Award earlier this month, beating out popular groups like Imagine Dragons and Maroon 5, Quavo comments on the surprise win and talks why group member Takeoff decided not to attend the Award show.
Me and Set [Offset] was going back and forth. We was like, “Bro we sitting in this front row for something. Like, why we even sitting in this front row right now. And, Take was just like, “I gotta work and do this album and I’m not going anywhere, y’all ain’t gonna come back with nothing.” So, that’s why I came and warlike, “Yo, Take! We got it!” I ain’t mean to say that I just didn’t have my speech together.
Huncho also has a lot of new music lined up, including the upcoming Culture III Migos vibe that is slated to drop early 2019, and his recent solo release Quavo Huncho has been making noise with his Drake-assisted “Flip The Switch” as well as the Nicki Minaj-inspired “Huncho Dreams,” but Quavo also revealed that Migos fans could also see a feature on Kanye West’s anticipated Yandhi project. The Atlanta rapper revealed that himself, Offset, and Takeoff worked with Ye on his forthcoming album, which is expected to drop Black Friday, November 23rd. While the project was originally slated to release late September, but was pushed back, Quavo confirms that Migos and Ye already have music in the bag.
Quavo also goes on to share his thoughts on the NFL not recruiting any Atlanta natives, and more importantly, hip-hop artists for this year’s Halftime show performance and more.
Watch the full Quavo x Cruz Show interview below: