For the past few months, everyone's been hearing about the upcoming Travis Scott and Quavo joint project. For a while, it seemed like one of those collaborative projects that are spoken about but wasn't really about to come into fruition. However, the two actually made it happen and now it's in the mixing stages. There's been speculations on the title but neither Travis Scott or Quavo have confirmed it. As we inch closer to its release, Quavo decided to spill the beans on the name of what may be one of the most anticipated collaborative efforts this year.

While speaking to Zane Lowe on his Beats1 show, Quavo confirmed the title of his project with Travis Scott and it's pretty close to what everyone's been speculating. Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho will be the title of their joint project and it's officially in the mixing stages.

"Me and this Travis record going to be the biggest collab album that you heard for the 2017 and 2018," he said, "We've been sittin', marinating, working. It's done, it's off for mixing. So you know when it's done for mixing, it's ready to go."

Quavo didn't give an exact timeline of when we could expect it but Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, is the third project on Quavo's list right now. While Migos' have been prepping for Culture II to drop next year, they also have the Quality Control compilation record dropping at midnight. On top of that, Mike Dean confirmed that he's been working on the Quavo and Travis Scott project. It wasn't confirmed whether he contributed with production or if he's mixing it but either way, his touch will undoubtedly elevate the sound of it. 

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