André 3000’s flute-centric solo album, New Blue Sun, has not only been making waves in breaking records but has also inspired fellow Atlanta-based rapper Quavo.
While André’s departure from traditional rap in this ambient jazz collection left some OutKast fans yearning for his iconic bars, it has undeniably influenced Quavo’s recent endeavors.
Quavo, a member of the popular hip-hop trio Migos, has been documenting his eventful journey through Japan on Instagram over the past couple of weeks.
In a recent video shared on the platform, Quavo displays a newfound interest in the flute. Observing a street vendor showcasing his flute skills, the rapper, intrigued by the performance, voices his desire for a flute. “Can you give me one? I want one.
I want a flute,” Quavo expresses, as the skilled musician continues playing in the background.
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In the same Instagram post, Quavo is seen rapping in front of a monitor, hinting at footage from an upcoming music video for an undisclosed song.
Earlier in the week, Quavo shared images featuring him by a classic car with a substantial stack of cash. Additionally, he posted a photo of himself enjoying sushi served on the body of a naked woman, dressed in a black kimono — a likely costume for the aforementioned video.
Another image captures Quavo breaking a board with his fist in a dojo, suggesting a blend of cultural exploration and musical creativity.
In a notable tribute to his late Migos bandmate TakeOff, Quavo engaged with Japanese fans, one of whom generously gifted him a shirt with TakeOff’s likeness.
Embracing the moment, Quavo affectionately dubbed Tokyo his new favorite city, playfully coining it “Tokyo-off.”
Amid his artistic pursuits, Quavo recently unveiled his Huncho Farms Cookbook, aligning with the Thanksgiving season and accompanied by a commitment to providing meals for those in need.