Quavo & Takeoff Will Perform As Migos Without Offset

By Tony M. Centeno

July 27, 2022

Takeoff, Quavo and Offset
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Quavo and Takeoff have been doing their own thing for months without mentioning Offset. After dropping their new song and appearing at Rolling Loud Miami without their third member, their next booking will spark even more rumors about the trio's fate.

On Tuesday, July 26, the National Battle of the Bands announced that its annual show will have Migos headline the event. The flyer for the show, which allows HBCU bands to compete against each other, features Quavo and Takeoff on the bill but does not include Offset. In their own respective social media posts, Quavo and Takeoff promote the show with a cryptic caption.

"Us Vs Them ♾," Quavo and Takeoff wrote.

Their upcoming performance casts doubt on the future of the Migos once again. The rumors of their demise started earlier this year when fans noticed that Quavo, Offset and Cardi B all unfollowed one another on social media. A few days later, Quavo and Takeoff dropped their new song "Hotel Lobby" as Unc & Phew, but still promoted the record on Migos' social networks. When asked to clarify the group's status during a run-in with TMZ, Quavo declined to comment.

After they pulled out of their headlining set at Governor's Ball in New York City, Migos stirred up more discussions about their status going forward. Quavo was asked about the group again during an interview with GQ earlier this month. He didn't say that Migos was disbanding but he did explain his stance on their fame thus far.

“It was all about Migos, Migos, Migos. The three of us,” Quavo said. “I feel like every group member has to establish themselves. Their own body of work. If not, you start losing members."

The National Battle of the Bands goes down in Houston on August 27. Get your tickets here.

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