Quavo Shares Teaser For Upcoming 'Huncho Jack' Sequel With Travis Scott

Quavo & Travis Scott

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Quavo and Travis Scott might finally give their fans what they've been craving for years.

On Monday, July 8, the Atlanta rapper posted a video of himself riding around in a lavish near the Port of Miami. In the brief clip, Quavo cruises while a snippet of an unreleased song from himself and Scott plays in the background. In a separate post, Huncho uploaded a photo with just the caption "HJ2," which is a nod to the duo's highly-anticipated sequel to their 2017 joint album Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho.

"Thinkin HJ2?" Quavo wrote in the caption of his timeline post. "Tag Jack!"

It's been seven years since Quavo and Travis Scott dropped their first collaborative project. The 13-track LP was released under their joint artist name "Huncho Jack" and only had two features from Offset and the late TakeOff. The duo recruited an all-star team of beatmakers to throw down on the project like Wheezy, Mike Dean, Cardo, Murda Beatz, Southside, Vinylz, !llmind, and more. Quavo and La Flame only dropped one music video for "Black & Chinese," but the album was still a major success. The album debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. It also gave both artists their first No. 1 record on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

Quavo's latest teaser comes after he spent the past few months serving up plenty of new joints from "Himothy" to his recent collaboration with Lana Del Rey "Tough." As of this report, there's no confirmed release date for Huncho Jack 2.

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