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Today (Oct. 22), Billboard confirmed Quavo's solo offering has officially found its way to the No. 2 slot on the Billboard 200, after previously debuting at No. 66 due to an early release. With the project able to be tracked for a full week, it has since gone on to move 99,000 equivalent units, 6,000 of which were traditional sales.
While promoting his new solo effort, Quavo revealed during an interview that he and collaborator Travis Scott are "thinking about" creating a sequel to their joint project, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. The collaborative album dropped just under a year ago, in Dec. 2017, debuting at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.
On top of hinting about working on a possible sequel with Travis Scott, Quavo also confirmed that he and his Migos cohorts will also appear on Kanye West's upcoming Yandhi album, as well as are gearing up to release Culture III sometime in early 2019 as well. Outside of their work as a group, Takeoff and Offset are also reportedly planning to release solo albums in the near future.
As if that isn't enough to keep fans satisfied, Quavo also released a new song in honor of LeBron James officially kicking off the season as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers this past weekend.
The song, aptly titled "King of LA," was created in conjunction with ESPN and Quality Control's ongoing partnership to release jingles for high-profile games throughout the 2018-2019 season.
Whew. With plenty of new music on the horizon, Quavo, for one, is making sure no one can question his work ethic or creative output.
Check out Quavo's ode to King James in the clip below.