Migos has some “crazy” new music on the way.
According to Quavo, the group plans to drop a DJ Durel-produced single on the same day they kick off their “Aubrey and The Three Amigos Tour” with Drake. The tour, which was set to launch this week, has been delayed until Aug. 10 in Kansas City.
“We’ve got a lot of top secret music coming,” Quavo told Billboard. “What I can give you is that we’re dropping a single first day of the tour. The first day of the tour will be a Migos single. Just to give the fans something new.”
The group, who recently collaborated with Beyoncé, JAY-Z, Cardi B, and more, released their album Culture II in January. “We haven’t dropped that much new music but we’ve got feature shit everywhere,” he added. “I think dropping a Migos record right before tour will give us something fresh and new to perform would be dope. It’s produced by DJ Durel and it’s crazy.”
He also revealed that the sequel to Quality Control’s Control the Streets, Vol 1 has been delayed. “We pushed it back. We’re letting Control the Summer roll over to the fall.”
When asked about a potential third installment in the Culture album series, Quavo responded, “The culture never dies. It’s top secret.”
During the interview, Quavo also opened up about collaborating with Beyoncé and JAY-Z on the Pharrell-produced “Apeshit.” “I actually made ‘Apeshit” and ‘Stir Fry’ in the same day and hour,” he revealed. “I made ‘Stir Fry’ first, then right after that he pulled up another beat and we made ‘Apeshit.’ I left both records and [Pharrell] sent me ‘Stir Fry.’ I told him I was going to use that for the album. I totally forgot about ‘Apeshit’ — I just forgot about it. I knew he was going to do something with it and then he called me one day saying, ‘It’s out of here’ and it definitely was.”