After delivering his strip club anthem “Strub Tha Ground” last year, the Migos rapper gets introspective on his latest single “Shooters Inside My Crib,” which finds him reflecting on his journey.
“I was patient, now my ice go glacier / I was trappin’ out the vacant ’til I got some paper,” he sings on the melodic track, produced by Money Montage, Ayo B, and CTP. “On the highway, goin’ two places / Prison or vacation.”
In October, Quavo teamed up with Yung Miami on “Strub Tha Ground.” Both tracks are expected to appear on his upcoming sophomore album, the follow-up to his 2017 solo debut Quavo Huncho. He can also be heard on Bobby Shmurda’s “Shmoney” single.
The Migos member first teased the cut back in August 2021, posting a clip of a DrewFilmedIt-directed visual that was captioned: “On The Highway Goin Two Places!”
Months after the initial preview, fans were left wondering when the record would get an official release. It wasn’t until this week when Quavo took to social media to provide a quick update on the track, which he confirmed was still on the way.
Quavo’s last solo album was 2018’s Quavo Huncho. Last year, Migos returned with Culture III. Quavo has appeared as a featured artist on multiple songs over the past couple years, including Bobby Shmurda’s “Shmoney,” a remix of City Girls’ “Pussy Talk” alongside Lil Wayne and Jack Harlow, and the late Pop Smoke’s “Aim for the Moon.”
Quavo is best known as the co-founder and current frontman of hip hop trio Migos. Quavo is related to his fellow Migos members, being Takeoff’s uncle and Offset’s cousin. He is also a partial owner of the FCF Glacier Boyz.
On December 21, 2017, Quavo announced that he would release Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho with Travis Scott on December 22, 2017 without any prior promotion. The album had eight songs that debuted on the Billboard Hot 100.
On January 26, 2018, Migos released Culture II. Quavo released three singles for his upcoming debut solo album, “Workin Me”, “Lamb Talk” and “Bubble Gum”, with “Workin Me” peaking at 52 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Quavo’s highest charting single as a solo artist.
On May 18, 2019, Quavo performed “Future” alongside Madonna at the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.