Quavo is fresh off the release of his debut solo album, Quavo Huncho. The project serves as the first solo project from the Migos camp, with Takeoff and Offset gearing up to follow suit. To celebrate the release of his debut solo endeavor, Quavo has launched a new line of merch which appears to take inspiration from Metallica.

Quavo has some new merch for fans to coincide with the release of Quavo Huncho. The rapper took to Instagram to share a short video clip to share a look at some of the items in the drop. The font used on the merch seems to be inspired by Metallica's iconic logo that they've used for decades. Quavo's merch line consists of a dad hat, a hoodie with "Huncho" written across it, a white long-sleeve shirt, and two t-shirts: one with a photo of Quavo's "Huncho" rings and another one with the Quavo Huncho cover art across it. Each item in Quavo's new merch also includes a digital copy of the album. Additionally, Quavo is also selling Quavo Huncho vinyl albums with signed litho.

Quavo's new merch drop could help increase his first-week sales projections, as it did with his Huncho Jack partner, Travis Scott with Astroworld. According to reports, Quavo is expected to move 100K-110K units in his first week with 5-7K of those coming from pure sales. With each piece of merch coming with a digital copy of the album, it seems possible that he exceeds the projections. 

Quavo Huncho merch is available to purchase here.