Quavo & Takeoff have announced the release date for their anticipated debut album, along with a look at the cover artwork. The album, "Only Built For Infinity Links", will be released on October 7th. There is no official tracklist as of yet.


Fans of the hit rap group Migos went wild with speculation that the group might break up after a Twitter user discovered that Offset unfollowed group members Quavo and Takeoff on social media after the two announced that they were releasing new music.

Atlanta Hip-Hop group Migos is hitting the breaks on their multi-million dollar lawsuit against their former lawyer Damien Granderson.

Takeoff is being accused of raping a woman at a Los Angeles party. The Migos rapper is being sued by the alleged victim.

Triller, one of the leading social media platforms, has enlisted the services of Quavo and Takeoff of Migos, super producer Murda Beatz, and hit-making songwriter, Starrah, for a new series where they will be in search of the next big music star.

This makes all the sense in the world. The Migos is joining forces with Uber Eats and Popeyes for their own exclusive menu on the food delivery service app that will even include the insanely popular chicken sandwich.

The Migos clean up nice as they hit the latest edition of XXL as a group and in three separate covers. Due on newsstands December 31, the magazine deems Quavo Migos’ “head honcho,” while Offset and Takeoff are considered the group’s “Certified Star” and “Silent Assassin,” respectively.

Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset are reportedly suing their former business partner after a clothing line deal went sour. The Migos rappers claim they have not received their cut of the royalties they’re owed.


A few weeks ago Quavo dropped his highly anticipated solo debut in Quavo Huncho and today his Migos bandmate Takeoff is following suit with his own dolo release, The Last Rocket.

Unbeknownst to many, the state of Georgia hit Quavo with a $14,000 tax lien. No worries, he paid it off—Takeoff still owes the same amount, though.