If they form the Migos group since 2009, clues suggest that Takeoff, Quavo and Offset are in the process of separating.
It looks like Atlanta is going through a most trying time for its hip-hop culture. After the arrest of Young Thug, Gunna and other rappers from the YSL label and the tragic death of Lil Keed, we now learn that Migos could be in the process of separating. It was the Twitter account @Kurrco who pointed out a disturbing detail: Offset no longer follows his Migos acolytes on social networks.
Enough to trigger a wave of alarming and, to say the least, pessimistic rumors… And to top it off, Quavo and Takeoff recently announced their first joint single. “Hotel Lobby” is the two rappers under a new group name, Unc & Phew. And for good reason, Quavo and Takeoff are good respectively uncle and nephewor uncle and nephew.
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Quavo & Takeoff are also dropping a new song under their new duo name “Unc & Phew” this Friday 🤔 pic.twitter.com/NmKfq0vmdD
—Kurrco (@Kurrco) May 18, 2022
Separation or marketing strategy, the question remains. Fans had never seen the group’s unity questioned like this before. Their last album, Cultivation IIIhad very good connections: Drake, Cardi B, Future, or even the late Juice WRLD and Pop Smoke brought their paw to a superb opus released on June 11, 2021.
The end of Migos in favor of their solo career?
Still, Migos’ potential split comes as no surprise. A few months after the release of Cultivation III, Quavo had said that the members of Migos would probably focus on their projects alone. During this interview for Complexthe rapper said: “I think together we have achieved a lot. Which is not the case on an individual level. I think it’s time to show what we can do individually. You appreciate all the members much more than before now. We will definitely come back with solo projects.”
For its part, Takeoff recently teased a joint project with the young Lyonnais Bu$hi. Having worked with the Atlanta trio for nearly three years, Bu$hi’s manager had to facilitate exchanges between the French rapper and the American.
What is surprising is that the clues suggest that an argument would have participated in the separation of Migos. The listeners will then perhaps never have the right to the joint project of the latter with Drake. As a reminder, 3 years ago, we learned that the 4 artists had recorded 56 titles together.
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