Quavo and Travis Scott's Joint Project Is Being Mixed
Get ready for Huncho Jack.
Quavo and Travis Scott’s joint project is close to being released. Huncho has announced that the anxiously-awaited effort has been “shipped off for mixing.”
It’s been a long time coming since the album was first announced. Back in April, La Flame shared portions of the buzzing effort. In May, he said the set was coming soon and then echoed that statement in August.
All Files shipped off for Mixing. 👀
H U N C H O J A C K
— QuavoYRN (@QuavoStuntin) November 29, 2017
So far, Quavo and Travis have collaborated on a series of songs, including “Champions,” “Portland,” “Oh My Dis Side,” and “Know No Better.” In September, Quavo also remixed Scott’s “Butterfly Effect.”
La Flame and Huncho are busy with their own endeavors. Scott is readying his third album, AstroWorld, while awaiting his rumored first child with Kylie Jenner. Quavo is working on Migos’ Culture II for January. He’s also finishing up Quality Control’s forthcoming compilation, Control the Streets, Vol. 1, which is due Dec. 8.