Quavo and Takeoff's Unc & Phew dropped off their new single "See Bout It" featuring Mustard, the iHeartRadio World Premiere. Mixed by DJ Durel, the song comes off their new album Only Built For Infinity Links. The two previously released "Hotel Lobby," "Us vs. Them" featuring Gucci Mane, "Big Stunna" featuring Birdman and their recent song "Nothing Changed."
The album also features YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Young Thug, Gunna, and Summer Walker. Only Built For Infinity Links is Quavo and Takeoff's first project without Offset.
Quavo and Takeoff dropped "Big Stunna" featuring Birdman!
Produced by DJ Durel and Budda Beats, "Big Stunna" is the latest single Quavo and Takeoff have dropped on their own, as they also appear on DJ Khaled's GOD DID album, rapping over Eddie Murphy's "Party All The Time." Unc & Phew have been planning for the release of their new album.
“It’s an album that’s always been in our mind that we wanted to do,” Quavo said. “You’re about to get this real-deal, raw, uncut, 2024, 2026 (sound). (We’re going) back to the essence, back to the origin, back to the real screams and shouts. You know, how I came in on ‘Us Vs. Them.’ It’s about blood, it’s about us coming together, bringing it back home to the family.”
Offset filed a lawsuit against Quality Control.
Offset, claims Quality Control didn't honor the terms of a deal they made regarding his solo career. He has solo deal, which he's had with Motown since his album "Father Of 4", but after he dropped "54321," Offset claims QC allegedly made an attempt to claim ownership of the record.
This adds to the speculation about Migo's status, as Quavo, Takeoff and Offset have not fully addressed what's going on with them, after they unfollowed each other on social media. Quavo and Takeoff dropped music and performed as Migos without Offset, as Unc & Phew delivered "Hotel Lobby" and "Us vs. Them."
Offset is preparing the release of his second solo album, and is ready to drop his new collab with Moneybagg Yo. The goal in court is to have official rule that QC can't take ownership of anything he made after January 15, 2021 and beyond.
“N****s act like im the problem I paid millions to get my rights back," Offset posted on Twitter. "N***a you black balled me I ain’t said S**t one time homie I ain’t spoke to you in 2 years now I drop and you want ya name on my credit?”
Quavo and Takeoff dropped "Us Vs. Them" produced by DJ Durel, Duce, Eza and Money Musik, ahead of their upcoming album, which features "HOTEL LOBBY."
Quavo also has two movies that are set to drop later this year, Wash Me In The River alongside Robert de Niro and Cash Out opposite John Travolta, and is preparing to star in his first lead role for the film Takeover.
“This project is the future of movie making,” Quavo said about the new initiative in a press release. “It gets fans involved at the onset of Takeover World, the opportunity to own a piece of a new franchise and the ability to influence and be part of how an action feature gets made.”