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Quavo ‘Quavo Huncho’ Album – Motion XI



The Migos have been one of rap’s hottest groups for the last few years while at the same time making a name for themselves as individual artists. On Thursday (Oct. 11), de facto frontman Quavo becomes the first member of the crew to spread his wings on the solo tip with his debut solo album Quavo Huncho.

The Atlanta rapper provided an appetizer for the album back in August, releasing the trio of tracks “Lamb Talk,” “Bubblegum” and “Workin Me.” All three bangers made the cut on the final product which consists of 19 tracks. Huncho procures a rich talent pool of guest artists with Drake, Cardi B, Kid Cudi, Madonna, Lil Baby, 21 Savage and more providing feature 16s.

Qua has provided some solid promo for the project, having appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon performing a medley of “Lamb Talk” and “Workin Me.”

The album comes in the midst of Drake and Migos’ Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour which runs through mid-November. The cross-country jaunt sounds like it has been productive musically. Quavo recently teased an upcoming joint project between Drizzy and the “Narcos” trio.

Listen to Quavo’s new Quavo Huncho album below.

Quavo’s Quavo Huncho Album Tracklist

1. “Biggest Alley Oop”

2. “Pass Out” featuring 21 Savage

3. “Huncho Dreams”

4. “Flip the Switch” featuring Drake

5. “Give It to Em” featuring Saweetie

6. “Shine”

7. “Workin Me”

8. “How Bout That?”

9. “Champagne Rose” featuring Madonna and Cardi B

10. “Keep That Shit” featuring Takeoff

11. “Fuck 12” featuring Offset

12. “Lose It” featuring Lil Baby

13. “Rerun” featuring Travis Scott

14. “Go All the Way”

15. “Lamb Talk”

16 .”Big Bro”

17. “Swing” featuring Normani and Davido

18. “Bubble Gum”

19. “Lost” featuring Kid Cudi

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D33J And Lil Yacthy Connect On “Out Of Sight”




D33J And Lil Yacthy Connect On "Out Of Sight"
D33J has recently dropped his highly anticipated  INFINITY 33 mixtape. The project is full of impressive collaborations, including this emotive single, “Out Of Sight,” featuring Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty. 

Speaking to Pigeons and Planes, D33J revealed, “My music is always quite emotional, but it’s not conveyed in these clear-cut narratives. There are not all these lyrics guiding you, and even when I do sing, a lot of the times the vocals are more like guttural, impulsive first take things that get looped and processed.” The aforementioned is evident in the Lil Yachty assisted song which sees the two musicians exploring the theme of lost love.  

Quotable Lyrics

Where have you been, where have you been 
Not in my life lately
Where have you been, out of sight 
Where have you been, where have you been 
Not in my life lately
Where have you been, you’ve been out of sight


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Jaden Smith Advises Fans To “Play This On A Mountain At Sunset”




Jaden Smith Advises Fans To "Play This On A Mountain At Sunset"
Jaden Smith recently dropped off a new project titled The Sunset Tapes: A Cool Tape Story exactly one year after his debut album SYRE. The new music is a part of his Cool Tape series through which Jaden first explored his early hip-hop artistry.

The Cool Tape Story is 11 tracks long, with various titles alluding to his past releases such as “FALLEN Part 2” and “SYRE In Abbey Road.”

“Play This On A Mountain At Sunset” is arguably the perfect accompaniment to a moment of reflection or philosophizing. Speaking to Nylon, Jaden revealed, I’m a learning philosopher, you know? So I get to learn new things every day…For me, personally, I am growing to have a well-rounded education on everything, because you’re never gonna know everything. So I feel like yes, I am a modern-day philosopher in training.”

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City Girls Have No Time For A “Broke Boy”




City Girls Have No Time For A "Broke Boy"
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Yung Miami of the City Girls shared some advice that she received from her mother at a young age. “My mom always told me ‘Don’t talk to a man who can’t do nothing for you. If you talkin’ to a man, make him do something for you.” She went on to further cement the importance of ambition and hustle in a potential partner saying, ” I don’t wanna talk to a broke boy. Period.”

In this single from their album Girl Code, the City Girls deliver a lively, horn-infused hype anthem. The song is further complemented by the duo’s witty lyrics.

Quotable Lyrics

If you a broke boy, stay the f*ck out my way
These n***s be lyin’ on they d*ck with a f*ckin’ straight face
Boy, I am not your b*tch, so what the f*ck is you sayin’?
You just a n**** lyin’ on your d*ck with a f*ckin’ straight face

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