Quavo says there will be no more Migos in his new song “Greatness”

Atlanta star Rapper Quavo has released his new solo single titled “Greatness”, where the Rapper has provided an update about his famous group Migos’ future which fans may not like.

On the track which was released with a music video earlier today, Quavo ends all hopes that Migos which also includes Offset and the late Rapper Takeoff will ever reunite.

“So don’t ask about the group, T gone, we gone, young n—-, it can’t come back (Damn)” raps Quavo in the DJ Durel-produced track. Many fans were expecting a final album from Migos with unreleased stuff from Takeoff, as a posthumous Takeoff verse appeared on Super producer Metro Boomin’s album “Heroes & Villains“. According to various reports a posthumous solo album from Takeoff is in the works but that remains a rumor for now as well.

Before Takeoff’s death, Migos already split up as both Quavo and Takeoff formed a group called “Unc & Phew” and released a joint album titled “Only Built For The Links” just weeks prior to Takeoff’s passing. During his appearance in Big Facts podcast, Quavo explained why once a certified hit machine, the Migos group is no more “We stand on real deal, real deal loyalty, and sometimes that s– ain’t displayed. This ain’t got nothing to do with no label, no paperwork, no QC, nothing. This got something to do with the three brothers.

Despite announcing the permanent end of the group, In the outro of the song Greatness, Quavo also gave a shoutout to his group Migos which dropped the Culture trilogy and entertained fans with many hits over the years. “I couldn’t do it without the greatest group in the world /Hmm, greatness /I couldn’t do it without the greatest nephew in the world, Greatness” said the 30-year-old Rapper giving credit to both the group and Takeoff for his success.

Listen to the song below: