Quavo Confirms Title of Collab Album With Travis Scott

Travis Scott and Quavo
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Travis Scott and Quavo perform onstage during the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena on Sept. 23, 2017 in Las Vegas.

Quavo's unwavering work ethic has played an integral role in the meteoric rise of Migos, as well as in the ATL native's solo ventures. The 26-year-old carved out some time to join Zane Lowe over at Beats 1 Thursday (Dec. 7) for an interview to give fans some insight into the projects he's been hard at work on.

With Quality Control dropping their compilation album Friday, it sounds that the Travis Scott project could be next up. Quavo previously tweeted (on Nov. 29) that all files were "shipped off for mixing."

Huncho revealed some details about the joint album with La Flame, calling it "the biggest collab album that you probably heard for the 2017 and 2018." Quavo went on to reiterate the sentiment that the project is finished: "It’s done. It’s off for mixing. So you know when it’s done for mixing, it’s ready to go.” The legendary Mike Dean revealed he has been working on the duo's project as well (on Dec. 4).

At the end of the abbreviated conversation, Quavo revealed the title to the collaborative effort with Travis Scott will be Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho.

With MigosCulture II scheduled for a January 2018 release and QC's Control the Streets: Volume 1 already out (Dec. 8), fans could be in for a treat with the highly anticipated collab album from two of the hardest working men in music before year's end.