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Published on December 28th, 2017 | by 00T456578754920


Travis Scott and Quavo Collaborate on Huncho Jack Album

The energetic Travis Scott and Quavo of Trap trio Migos fame blend on choppy album Huncho Jack. Travis Scott and Quavo are two southern artist with a universal appeal and unlimited swagger.  Travis Scott is known for a softer melodic trap sound, and his wild elaborate stage performances.  While Quavo doubles as an actor appearing on Childish Gambino written series, ATL, earlier this year.

The album begins with expressive content on a track entitled, “Modern Slavery.”  The single samples Otis Redding, “Change is Gonna Come,” as an introduction to a vibrant social concept.  The two team for an ode to fans and brotherhood on track, “Best Man.”  Producers on the 13-track album include Travis Scott, Murda Beatz, and Southside frequent Migos collaborator.  Heavy drum claps accompanied by light guitar strings create an electrode texture that unites the album.  A rare sample is administered  by Mac DeMarco from Japanese single, “The Word II”.  The clever double-edged rhymes of Travis Scott are paired with the distinct auto-tune distortion of Quavo’s vocals.  This makes the album an acquired taste.  The rare intellect within the lyrics are sometimes blurred into declarations of sex, drugs, and money.  However the

Travis Scott emerged out of Houston, Texas as an XXL freshmen.  He scored an anthem in single “Antidote”.  His dynamic presence has been documented in numerous viral videos to date.  A quiet year for Travis Scott, he released singles, “Butterfly Effect,” and “Green and Purple,” and managed to establish Cactus Jack Records while securing multiple collaborations with Jordan Brand.  He patterns himself after Kid Cudi and Kanye West as a trendsetter.  Quavo entered the mainstream with Migos first single, “Versace” in 2013.  Migos album Culture debuted at #1  across the album charts.  He scored hits with anthems, “Bad and Boujee” and Post Malone’s “Congratulations.”

What’s next from the duo?  Both are releasing albums in 2018, Travis Scott is preparing third studio album AstroWorld.  While Quavo and Migos hope to extend fame with sequel, Culture II.  These global sensations secure the bag in 2018.

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