Quavo Gives "Rocket Power" Album Update: "This Is My Therapy... I ALWAYS Find My Strength Again"

Q first announced his next solo project earlier this month, dedicating it to his late partner in rhyme, Takeoff.

BYHayley Hynes
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It's already been half a year since the world said a tragic and untimely goodbye to Migos lyricist Takeoff. The entire hip-hop community was broken up over the young lyricist's death. Still, no one is taking it harder than his uncle and partner in rhyme, Quavo. At the time of the fatal shooting that took Take away, he and his Migos collaborator had just shared their joint Only Built for Infinity Links album which included the uber-successful "HOTEL LOBBY" single. Despite their beef with Offset, the pair was in their prime when one half lost his life, leaving his lifelong pal to mourn.

Quavo has been keeping mostly lowkey in recent weeks, though earlier this month he did confirm that his next solo album, Rocket Power, will be a tribute to Takeoff. On Tuesday (May 23), the Georgia-born artist returned to Instagram with an update on the release, which he says is "coming soon." In his caption, Q wrote, "This album is for the Rocket and our true fans. Also, this is my therapy."

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His heartfelt message continued, "This is [an] album of true reflection of how I feel right now. Sometimes I'm good, sometimes I'm down, and sometimes I'm disappointed. Sometimes I fall apart but then I ALWAYS find my strength again." Quavo assured his followers that while he knows "everything might not be alright right now, the rocket showed [him] a way to make it RIGHT!" The 32-year-old concluded his message with, "Rocket Power keeps me going, rocket power gives me fuel. Rocket Power will help us all overcome whatever we're going through."

An official release date and tracklist for the project have yet to arrive, though fans are curious as to whether Q will be connecting with any other artists. Regardless of the time it takes for the former Migo to complete his "therapy," we can't wait to hear what he has in store. Are you looking forward to Quavo's Rocket Power project? Let us know in the comments, and tap back in later for more hip-hop/pop culture news updates. RIP Takeoff.

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Hayley Hynes is the Weekend Managing Editor of HotNewHipHop, and has been since 2021. She began writing for the website that same year, primarily covering content in the Music, Pop Culture, and Streetwear niches after graduating from Vancouver’s Blanche Macdonald Centre with a Fashion Marketing Diploma. She previously reported on Travel, Entertainment, Beauty, and News at Narcity Canada for over three years. Hayley has also contributed articles and interviews within these realms to Folklr Magazine and the Calgary Journal while studying Journalism at Mount Royal University. In her spare time, she freelances for Bandbox Vinyl, having already interviewed hip-hop icons like Atmosphere and explored Syd’s discography. Hayley also uses her expansive pop culture knowledge and passion for astrology/self-enhancement to help others explore their curiosity in an ongoing Instagram video series. Among her favourite hip-hop artists are A$AP Rocky, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, and Mac Miller.