2017 is undoubtedly the year for collaborative projects with a bunch of rap albums dropping this year featuring two artists or a artist and a producer. What a way to close out the year with Travis Scott and Quavo finally delivering their joint effort, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. Yes, the album title sounds weird but once you get past the title you will find 13 fire tracks to listen to at your Christmas party.
The album comes with two guest spots from Quavo’s Migos band members Offset on “Dubai Sh*t,” and Takeoff on “Eye 2 Eye.” Elsewhere on the project, you can find singles like the opener “Modern Slavery,” “Huncho Jack,” “Black and Chinese,” “Saint Laurent Mask,” “Best Man,” and more.
Travis Scott first hinted from around March of this year that the joint project is coming soon. The project was initially slated for a summer release, but then plans changed or maybe there were some delays that push it back to December 22, just in time for Christmas.
It’s been a big year for both rappers and Quavo will soon have more to celebrate with Migos’ Culture 2 album coming in January. Travis Scott is also working on his next album AstroWorld, due at the top of the new year.