Quavo, the former member of Migos, has shared his plans to release a new music project following his recent visit to the White House, where he advocated for efforts to combat gun violence.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday (September 21), Quavo informed his fans that despite dropping his second studio album, Rocket Power, just last month, he intends to continue delivering music to his devoted fanbase.
“Holiday season coming it’s tuff for me but still gonna feed y’all…,” Quavo expressed. “Mixtape vault music sooon then we go back to the moon wit the Rocket [rocket emoji] #LLT jus putting ya down! Ain gon say nomo twin [infinity emoji] we gone!”
Holiday season coming it’s tuff for me but still gonna feed y’all… mixtape vault music sooon then we go back to the moon wit the Rocket 🚀 #LLT jus putting ya down! Ain gon say nomo twin ♾️ we gone!
— QuavoYRN (@QuavoStuntin) September 22, 2023
Quavo’s announcement follows his visit to the White House on Wednesday (September 20), where he was accompanied by his mother, Edna Marshall, and Titania Davenport, mother of fellow Migos member TakeOff.
According to reports by The Associated Press, the trio met with Vice President Kamala Harris to discuss potential solutions to address the pervasive issue of gun violence in the United States.
This devastating issue hit home for the Migos when TakeOff tragically lost his life outside a Houston bowling alley in November 2022.
Speaking to the publication, Quavo reflected on the sudden responsibility thrust upon him, saying: “I feel like your calling comes at the least expected times… You don’t think nothing is going to happen. I need to step up to the plate and hit a homerun. I have to do something about it, so it won’t happen to the masses — especially in our culture. I don’t want this to happen to the next person. I want to knock down these percentages.”
“We need to do better with the control of guns. We need to figure out how do we keep these types of incidents from happening to people going anywhere and thinking they can hurt somebody where it shouldn’t happen,” Quavo added.
Following their meeting at the White House, Vice President Kamala Harris expressed her gratitude on Instagram, thanking Quavo, Edna, and Titania for their efforts in honoring TakeOff’s legacy and advocating for measures to prevent gun violence.
During his visit to the White House, Quavo also participated in a panel discussion alongside Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, Rep. Lucy McBath, and Greg Jackson of the Community Justice Action Fund. The discussion centered on community intervention tactics, the gun violence issue, and the power of advocacy in addressing these pressing concerns.