Quavo & Future Team Up On “Turn Yo Clic Up”: Stream


Quavo’s again with one other one. As the rapper continues to tease his forthcoming solo album, he’s continued to launch new singles all year long, reminiscent of “Greatness” and “Honey Bun,” every with the underlying theme of paying homage to the late Takeoff. Although a launch date hasn’t been set, it’s clear that he’s coming for the summer time. This morning, he unleashed a model new single with Future titled, “Turn Yo Clic Up.”

The newest collaboration between Quavo and Future first surfaced in an Instagram snippet on Thursday. The manufacturing is dealt with by Atake, basobeats, Sluzyyy,  and macoshooter49, who deliver out a grimey and spacey soundscape for Quavo and Future’s gruff flows. “Turn Yo Clic Up” is a powerful reminder of Quavo’s tenure in hip-hop because the early days with the Migos. “We turn the jeweler up, just look at the diamonds we bust/ Look at the people we touch,” he raps. His signature ad-libs slyly sit behind the command as his vocals earlier than Future slide in a single the second verse.

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Future Namedrops Exes & Disses Russell Wilson On Quavo’s Single

Quavo and Future’s chemistry undoubtedly thrive each time they workforce up. In the previous, they’ve linked up on data reminiscent of “Picasso” off of Migos’ Culture III and in addition on Pop Smoke’s “Snitching.” However, it appears as if “Turn Yo Clic Up” gave the I Never Liked You rapper the platform to air out some grievances. While Future’s verse undoubtedly offers us with loads of quotables, he fearlessly calls out Russell Wilson and his exes, reminiscent of Lori Harvey, who was coincidentally entangled in relationship rumors with Quavo on Thursday. “I got it out the field, f*ck Russell/ Go and ask Lori about the Patek/ Then go and ask Joie and ask Dess,” he raps on the one. Regardless of the clickbait-y bars, his verse continues to get higher, discovering completely different pockets throughout the document.

The launch of Quavo’s new single comes on the heels of his latest tribute to Takeoff on the BET Awards. Following what many perceived as a falling out between Offset and Quavo, the 2 reunited for the primary time since Culture III to pay tribute to the late Migos member. We’ll hold you posted on extra data surrounding the discharge of Quavo’s forthcoming album. Check out his new single above. 

Quotable Lyrics
Turn up with shooters with switches go unhealthy
Stay with some scammers, my dawg movin’ packs
Trappin’, no rapping, my dawg, he fall off, no cap, I’m buyin’ him a brick
F*ck in your b**ch then I advised her to name off, truly, I’m makin’ her stop

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