American rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer, Quavo
is teaming up with bandmates, Takeoff, to work on a brand new project titled "Only Build For Infinity Links" Album.
If you have to call it naivety, but as the three Migos members launched solo projects within a few months of 2018, the idea of the group disbanding is probably the furthest thing from anyone's mind. anyone - they invited each other`s plan, for God's sake. But in the timeless words of one Nasir Jones, "a thug changes, love changes, and best friends become (denying) strangers". If a split between a group of three super-talented Atlanta MCs was inevitable, it couldn't be denied in the summer of 2022, when fans discovered that Offset was suing Migos Quality's trademark. Control Records for exclusive rights to his solo recordings. This may not affect the relationship between the members of Migos - see the constantly muddled arrivals and departures of artists and producers in the Cash Money Records camp at the turn of the century. But that's what made Quavo
and Takeoff, uncles and nieces in real life, assert their family ties with Only Build for Infinity Links
. And these people seem to get along really well. “You see, an infinite link is the strongest link in the world,” says Quavo
in the opening of the album “Two Infinity Links.” "Much stronger than the Cubans," added Takeoff, setting the stage for the attempt to take down Raekwon and Ghostface Only Build 4 Cuba Linx
to introduce the vision a step further. But who exactly are Quavo
and Takeoff without Offset? To be clear about the quality of VVS, here are the MCs like they worked with him. Throughout the album, they commissioned beats from longtime Migos collaborators — DJ Durel, Mustard and Murda Beatz, among others — to talk about big sums (“HOTEL LOBBY,” “Hell Yeah.” ), big hits ("Not Out," "Integration") and, of course, big trinkets ("Chocolate," "Look @ This," "Big Stunna") The Life of Two Thirds hip-hop favorites for about a decade in a row are clearly good for Quavo
and Takeoff, and they have no intention of stopping living life to the fullest whether Offset is in the studio with them or not. , and especially in the face of skeptics who are still baffled about their longevity." upset," Takeoff said on "Tools." "They looked at us like fairies, like, 'Damn, these niggers haven't had a chance yet' (No!).".