Quavo is a rapper who currently has the Midas touch when it comes to fashioning great verses on modern-day hits. Whether it's with the rest of his crew from Migos, a solo featured artist, or as a tandem collab like the one he recently released with Travis Scott, it's been nothing but green lights down this boulevard of success for the Georgia native. Now, Iggy Azalea is looking to capitalize on that hitmaking quality by having him hop on board her latest single.

Titled "Savior," Iggy revealed on Twitter earlier this morning that the track will be dropping on February 2nd, which a little over a week away at the time of this writing. The name of the song may carry some added metaphorical weight to it, since Azalea is someone who's looking to snatch victory out of the jaws of defeat where her music career is concerned. She also revealed the album art alongside the release date, which depicts her as a sort of MTV version of Wednesday Addams. Check it out below.

She first dropped hints of the track's imminent arrival during a promo appearance for Monster in Las Vegas, where she has been named as their newest ambassador. Dressed in a stunning red dress, she definitely has the crowd buzzing in more ways than one.

Quavo is also keeping himself quite busy, prepping the world for the Culture 2 album drop that is happening very soon as well. Which release are you most excited about? Make sure you let us know in the comments.