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Quavo and Rich the Kid reunite for feverish new single, "Real One"

Quavo and Rich the Kid have enjoyed a fruitful working relationship over the years.

Rich and Quavo's former group Migos released no less than seven collaborative mixtapes between 2013 and 2015, while the two rappers have also partnered up on several singles since then.

The last time they worked together, however, was in 2020. That was until now.

On Friday, the trap superstars released their first joint single in four years, "Real One," alongside an accompanying music video.

On the high-energy track, Quavo and Rich go back-and-forth about a woman they describe as a "real one."

"Bad bitch, all that shit I spent, she gon' kill sum'," raps Quavo, before Rich interjects: "Chrome heart pants, covered up, I'm tryna kill sum'."

The release of "Real One" comes just two weeks after Quavo released his new solo single, "Himothy."

The track is Quavo's first solo effort since the release of his 2023 album, "Rocket Power," which was dedicated to his late nephew and fellow Migos star, Takeoff.

Takeoff was shot dead outside of a Houston bowling alley in the early hours of November 1, 2022.


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