Quavo says new music is coming this fall, after latest release of “Rocket Power” album

Quavo announces more music coming this fall

Last month, Quavo delivered his sophomore solo album, “Rocket Power.” This project contained 18 tracks, as well as collaborations with his late newphew/former Migos member Takeoff, Baby Drill, Future, and Hunxho. Furthermore, Rocket Power was led by singles such as “Turn Yo Clic Up” featuring Future and “Greatness.” As a result, the album went on to see a number 18 debut in the US, on the Billboard 200 chart.

Meanwhile, Quavo is revealing that even more music is coming, this fall. He took to Twitter/X. He added that it’s tough for him, due to still grieving the passing of Takeoff, but he’s still opening the vault for his fans.

“Holiday season coming it’s tuff for me but still gonna feed y’all… mixtape vault music sooon then we go back to the moon wit the Rocket #LLT jus putting ya down! Ain gon say nomo twin we gone!”

This announcement also comes after Quavo visited Washington, D.C. this week, with his mother and his sister, who’s Takeoff’s mother. They met with Vice President Kamala Harris, as well as members of Congress, at the 52nd Annual Legislative Conference. This was to discuss gun violence in the United States, as there is a “Break the Cycle of Violence Act” campaign.

Quavo announces more music coming this fall

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