Travis Scott & Quavo Drop Joint Project, ‘Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho’

blame it on Meka December 21, 2017

Rap Game Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie — aka, Travis Scott and Migos member Quavo — have been teasing their forthcoming collaborative project for a while now, with their fans growing more anxious by the day.

Back in April, Scott called into Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show and initially hinted at the joint effort, even playing a few snippets of songs with his “Oh My Dis Side” partner.

Anticipation began to heighten further when Quavo, during a September club appearance, previewed his remix of Travis’ “Butterfly Effect.” Finally, the two formally revealed that the project, titled Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, will officially drop tonight (12/22).

Travis’ first body of work since 2016’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight and Quavo’s first foray outside of his Migos brethren (much like Offset when he teamed with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin for Without Warning), the 13-track effort includes features from Offset and Takeoff. Production provided by Mike Dean, Cardo, !llmind, Buddah Bless, Murda Beatz, Southside, TM88, Vinylz, CuBeatz, OZ, C4 and Wheezy.

For the artwork, Scott and Quavo enlisted the talents of Ralph Steadman, the famed illustrator behind Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (clearly) and numerous works by Hunter S. Thompson, Animal Farm, and more.

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Stream the project in its entirety below.