Quavo, one-third of hip-hop’s icy trap trio Migos, entered solo territory with a bang on Friday (October 12) for his first-ever independent project eponymously titled Quavo Huncho.
The 19-track project situates Quavo at rap’s center stage apart from his two Migos kinfolk Offset and Takeoff, though the men occupy their respective guest appearances on the album. But only three songs into the project, and young Huncho also found himself in the center of the internet’s flaming topics for the night after listeners caught an earful of track No. 3: “Huncho Dreams.” In response to Nicki Minaj’s “Barbie Dreams,” the industry-trolling Queen banger which also took the internet by storm, Quavo lent the spin-off’s entire one verse and chorus to his lusty bedroom fantasies with Ms. Minaj.
And let’s just say the kingdom is in disarray following his playfully Barbie-blasting bars.
Quavo first nudged at Nicki’s tearful interview moment when she revealed his hurtful actions toward her amid the “MotorSport” controversy:
No cap, these girls be the new vibe/
We don't like suicide so the doors fly/
She said I hurt her feelings 52 times
Huncho pretty much took off from there, name-dropping the Queen femcee, their shared “She For Keeps” record, her “FEFE” Tekashi 6ix9ine collabo and more…
Call up queen (Nicki)/
The queen can't flex on a young bull/
Made her scream
Chanel, I bought her two of 'em/
You can check IG/
'Cause when she post, it go up/
Is she for keeps?
Nigga don't mean to brag/
I be tryin' to keep it cool, but I sniped yo' ass/
No "FEFE," I skeet-skeet ("FEFE") on yo' face ass/
Called up Huncho to come tap that ass/
Pull up on you, autotune when I grip that ass/
Pullin' on yo' weave, 'cross the room when I pipe that ass
I see a queen on a tree-tree/
She like the ride new boy tree-tree/
I see a queen on the tree-tree/
She like the ride that boy tree-tree/
Nicki, do you love me?/
Why you crying?
She don't wanna be a queen unless she got me/
She don't wanna be on scene unless we married
You can imagine that they turned “Huncho Dreams” into a 280-character nightmare for the Migos rap star.
See their responses to the track below.
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