Quavo & T.I. "Baller Alert" Video
Quavo & T.I.
Well it's about damn time that Quavo, one of the hottest young bosses in the game, has linked up with T.I., who's only getting sharper as he watches the trap sound he helped create take over the world. It so happens that their new collab, "Baller Alert," was put together by Under Armour and Champs Sports. The brand new track was premiered via a music video that shows the two ATL A-listers recording the track in the studio, while one of the nation's top ball players, Brandon Marshall, watches and catches the vibes.
Skippa Da Flippa Feat. Quavo & Hoodrich Pablo Juan "Posture" Video
Skippa Da Flippa Feat. Quavo & Hoodrich Pablo Juan
Almost the whole Quality Control team shows up in the new video to Skippa Da Flippa's "Posture," which features Quavo and Hoodrich Pablo Juan. The track is taken off Skippa's last tape, November's Still Havin, and will be enjoyed by all fans of Migos' style of turn-up joints.
Young Thug Feat. Quavo "F Cancer" Video
Young Thug Feat. Quavo
Thugger continues to supply the goods. Today, he has unveiled the video to his latest single, "F Cancer," which appeared as the opening track on his new mixtape, I'm Up.
JR Castro Feat. Kid Ink & Quavo "Get Home" Video
JR Castro Feat. Kid Ink & Quavo
Las Vegas singer JR Castro made a pretty great first impression with "Get Home," an infectious summer R&B jam that saw him teaming with the winning combination of Kid Ink, Quavo, and DJ Mustard. Kid Ink and Quavo both skirt the melodic on their verses, while Mustard does what he does best, and Castro ties it all together with his strong tenor voice.
JR Castro Feat. Quavo, Kid Ink "Get Home" Video
JR Castro Feat. Quavo & Kid Ink
In July, Las Vegas singer JR Castro broke out in a big way by getting both Kid Ink and Quavo to rap -- not to mention over a DJ Mustard beat -- on "Get Home." Last month, Castro released a Basquiat-inspired lyric video to the song, and now, he's released a new "Get Home" short film, directed by Marc Klasfield.
JR Castro Feat. Kid Ink, Quavo "Get Home" Lyric Video
JR Castro Feat. Kid Ink & Quavo
Coincidentally, JR Castro's birthday is the same day that legendary artist Jean-Michel Basquiat tragically passed away far too young. To honor both of those August 12th occurrences, Castro's chosen to share a lyric video for his recent song "Get Home" (which also features Kid Ink and Quavo) today.
Young Greatness Feat. Quavo "Yeah" Video
Young Greatness Feat. Quavo
Young Greatness represents the New Orleans faction of QC The Label, so it's only right that he pay tribute to the Cash Money empire on his single, "Yeah". Not-so-subtlely incorporating Juvenile's oft-imitated "Back That Azz Up" flow, Greatness introduces himself as an N.O. rep, while Quavo offsets (pun very much intended) the rapper's Louisiana styles with his Atlanta-born melody.
Rich The Kid Feat. Quavo, Migo Bands "Change" Video
Rich The Kid Feat. Quavo & Migo Bands
Today, Rich The Kid dropped the video for "Change" off his very solid new mixtape with Migos, Still On Lock. The MPC Cartel-produced track was actually originally released back in January, and it's possible that the vid was shot a couple months ago given Rich's recent legal imbro
Skippa Da Flippa Feat. Quavo & Migo Bands "Trap Season" Video
Skippa Da Flippa Feat. Quavo & Migo Bands
Following the success of Migos, the various personalities on the trio's independent QC The Label have been gradually coming out of the woodwork. One of these rappers is Skippa Da Flippa, who has tapped Migos (arguable) frontman Quavo for his new track, "Trap Season".
Quavo Feat. Skippa Da Flippa "What Else You Heard" Video
Quavo Feat. Skippa Da Flippa
Back in June, Migos' most visible member, Quavo, shared his first solo track, "Tommy Gun." Today, he's dropped another, this time in video form. "What Else You Heard" also features Skippa Da Flippa.
Lil B "Rick Ross (Migos Diss)" Video
Lil B is at it again. Dropping a new track entitled "Rick Ross" on YouTube, the bonkers Bay Area MC returns to dissing rappers after a much-publicized feud with Kevin Durant. Also included in the song's title on YouTube is "MIGOS DISS!!! WHAT?! QUEVO DISS?!!," and though he spends more time talking about the song's titular character, he lets us know that he think "Quavo stole [his] swag."