Quavo, who is hopefully quite busy crafting a new and improved national anthem, shared another update regarding his upcoming collaborative project with Travis Scott Monday. During a Migos x Zane Lowe discussion on Beats 1, Quavo also also opened up about the Georgia trio's cinematic ambitions and how the continued success of their crossover supersmash “Bad and Boujee” is affecting their new material.
“The job was not to just chase it, you know?” Quavo told host Zane Lowe of how they reacted, creatively, to “Bad and Boujee” mania. “Try to chase that same feeling, that same creation? You can't, you know what I'm saying? It's like a painting that's already been painted. And like, only way you can do it is create you a whole 'nother masterpiece. And hopefully it'll be bigger, but you will never create that 'Bad & Boujee' moment, because it was a moment, like you said. It's about timing and it's done.”
Though Quavo sadly did not reveal a release date or any other specifics regarding his much-anticipated Travis Scott collab, he did confirm that the two have been working on “figuring out” the project. “We got all that we wanna do,” Quavo said. “We just trying to, like, get all the track listing.”
As for plans to break into cinema, Quavo revealed he's currently working on a script for a Migos movie inspired by his love of '90s and early '00s films like Menace II Society and Baller Blockin. “I always been watching movies and, like, my favorite musicians do movies and they really used to do that a lot in like the '90s,” Quavo said. “So I'm a '90s baby and all my favorite movies got all the dope artists in them.”
Catch the full Migos x Zane Lowe discussion, during which the trio confirms they've recently been in touch with Atlanta star and creator Donald Glover, below:
For reasons not entirely clear, Zane Lowe failed to ask Quavo about his progress on the new national anthem. Come on, Zane!
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