Quavo Reveals Release Date & Cover Art For Solo Album 'Quavo Huncho'
By Peyton Blakemore
October 5, 2018
The wait for Quavo's highly-anticipated solo album is almost over.
On Thursday (October 4), the "Workin Me" rapper revealed the new release date and cover art for Quavo Huncho, which was originally set to drop last month. "Q U A V O H U N C H O 10 . 1 2 . 1 8," he captioned a photo of the album's cover art.
Earlier this week, Quavo teased the album's possible features list, and basically, anyone's who's had a hip-hop hit in the last year seemed to be in the running to be on Quavo Huncho. "P R E S E A S O N C U T S (Not Final Cut) Q U A V O H U N C H O," Quavo captioned a photo of a crinkled paper that had 21 Savage, Drake, Cardi B, Lil Baby, Travis Scott, Kid Cudi, Saweetie, Offset, Take Off, and Davido's names listed on it.
Quavo's list of possible features was met with both excitement and confusion as the list came nearly a month after the "Lamb Talk" rapper announced that he was releasing his solo album in September. "T H I S M O N T H Q U A V O H U N C H O T H A A L B U M," he captioned a photo that showed his hands with Quavo Huncho spelled out in diamond rings a few weeks ago. The "Ice Tray" rapper also wrote in his Instagram story, "This month is mine." However, the month of September came and went without a Quavo album or an explanation for its delay. Many have questioned if he pushed back his debut solo project because Kanye West and Lil Wayne announced that their albums would drop last month. Wayne ultimately was the only one of the three rapers to actually drop an album in the month of September, Kanye backed out after not being able to meet his September 29 release date.
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