Quavo honors Takeoff's "Greatness" in his new song

Quavo honors Takeoff’s “Greatness” in his new song

Quavo is back with another Takeoff ode.

The rapper from Atlanta released “Greatness” on Wednesday night as a tribute to his late nephew, who was also a member of the Migos and Unc & Phew group.

A few hours before the song’s release, Quavo announced and shared the official cover art and a link to the music video.

He laments the loss while paying tribute to his late nephew’s memory over an optimistic instrumental.

He captioned the picture of himself in front of his platinum plaque collection, “Countdown to Greatness.”

He laments the dissolution of the Migos. Never forget that the Migos are lovely, he raps after saying, “So don’t inquire about the group, he went, we went / Young ni**a, it can’t come back, damn.”

Despite the conflict between Quavo and Offset, Quavo is still very aware of his roots. He holds out a Migos necklace and declares, “I couldn’t do it without the best group in the world. Greatness, the world’s greatest nephew, is necessary for me to succeed.”

The video features personal footage of the rapper enjoying a game of baseball with his famous pals, showcasing his enormous jewelry collection, and displaying his fleet of high-end vehicles.

Although Quavo raps about giving everything away “for the sake of seeing my dawg just one more time,” he is incredibly proud of his achievements and material prosperity.

Throwback clips of Quavo and Takeoff are incorporated into the film, along with modern footage of him reflecting on his accomplishment.

During the Grammys’ In Memoriam section, Quavo sang his Takeoff ode “Without You” and allegedly got into an altercation with Offset.

Keep checking back to view the “Greatness” video on YouTube as it becomes available for streaming.

The album was recently released, about four months after Takeoff was murdered and killed outside a Houston bowling alley where he had been to a private function. The 28-year-old reportedly suffered injuries to his head and torso. Quavo was with Takeoff when the incident occurred, but he was unharmed.

A month after the shooting, Patrick Xavier Clark, the alleged gunman, was taken into custody. The 33-year-old got eventually accused of murder, but in early January, he was freed after posting a $1 million bond.

The Atlanta rapper also paid tribute to Takeoff on February 5 during the 65th Grammy Awards. Along with the gospel ensemble Maverick City Music, he gave his song “Without You” a performance during the ceremony’s “In Memoriam” section.

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