If You Have Time, Take A Seat And Listen To Quavo's Hour-Long Track
You might want to clear your schedule for this one. But if you're having a slow day, check out Quavo's latest solo track -- kinda. The rapper just recently dropped a song called "No Regular Party," and it's more than an hour long.
Okay, Quavo wasn't exactly spitting original content for the whole one hour and four minutes. Instead, "No Regular Party" appears to be just a compilation of Quavo's greatest feature spots on popular tracks throughout the year, including his appearance on Lil Yachty's "Minnesota" and Travis Scott's "Oh My Dis Side." The track jumps from each song, playing no more than a couple of seconds before switching up the beat.
The lengthy musical assembly is just a reminder of how great 2016 was for Quavo. In addition to receiving a lot of praise from other artists, Quavo has managed to create static with solo records like "Trapstar" and his with Migos, "Bad and Boujee" didn't do too shabby, charting at No. 54 on the Billboard Top 100 chart.
But with every year comes a little bit of struggle. Quavo somehow managed to cross Soulja Boy, who recorded a diss track called "Beef," in which he blatantly took shots at the rapper. "Quavo hit my phone, say he want beef/Must not know I’ll knock out his teeth/I grew up in the Northside shoot with the 2-2-3/Migos ain’t sh*t to me," Soulja raps. The "Crank Dat" rapper continued his tirade against Quavo on Instagram, calling him a "p***y" and "b*tch a** n***a." Quavo has yet to respond to Soulja's diss track or comments, and there's a good chance he never will. He'll be ending his year on a high note.