Quavo has the magic touch when it comes to guest appearances. In 2017, the rapper held the record for most top 10 singles on the Billboard charts and along with Migos, he's been carrying that same momentum throughout 2018. Last week, the rapper made his anticipated cameo on Fox's "Star" after posting a photo of him on set a few weeks back. He played a fictionalized version of himself on the show and while he was there, he also linked up with Ryan Destiny of the cast to collab on their new song, "Lifetime."
Quavo and Ryan Destiny link up for their collaboration, "Lifetime." The single doesn't fit the mold of Quavo's turnt up trap sound as he does with most rap features. Instead, he goes into a pop-centric direction in the vein of DJ Khaled's "I'm The One." Destiny's vocals smoothly float over the production while Quavo interjects with his famous ad-libs in the background.
Hopefully his latest appearance on "Star" sparks more possibilities in acting for the Migos emcee. The rapper had a guest appearance in the first season of "Atlanta" alongside Takeoff and Offset as fictionalized versions of themselves. He's also previously revealed that he's working on a movie script.
All these sacrifices, damn I made it look easy
Doing shows on the road, know you need me
Shoutout to my lifetime
and I'm not talkin' bout TV