Quavo Is in Love With the Money on 'Paper Over Here'

Quavo of Migos performs at Drai's Beach Club at The Cromwell Las Vegas on Feb. 22, 2017.
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Quavo of Migos performs at Drai's Beach Club at The Cromwell Las Vegas on Feb. 22, 2017.

The new song is the Migos rapper's first solo track.

In 2017, Migos' Quavo has quickly ascended up the hip-hop totem pole with his infectious features. Now, the 26-year-old frontman is showcasing his talents as a solo star with his new cut "Paper Over Here." 

With OG Parker on the boards, Quavo croons about his affinity for dollar bills. "New money, blew hunneds, no I ain't runnin from it/ Got foreign currency from doin' shows across the country/ Case of emergency I got some more money stashed/ Wish my n-----s seen how far we came it makes me sad," sings Quavo.

Drenched in auto-tune, he scripts a simple, but poignant hook to lure his listeners in. "I'm getting new paper over here," he chants.

Despite the hip hop triumvirate earning a No. 1 album with Culture, Off-set and Quavo have steadily entertained the thought of solo endeavors. Recently, Off-set released his cut "Monday." In addition to Quavo's new solo track, he has been working diligently with Travis Scott on their collaborative project, and has a song with One Direction's Liam Payne coming May 19. 

Take a listen to Quavo's money-driven record below.