Born In: Athens, Georgia, United States
American rapper, songwriter and musician, Quavious Keyate Marshall, better recognised by his stage name ‘Quavo’ is the co-founder of the popular hip-hop/ rap group ‘Migos’. Along with Kirshnik (Takeoff) and Kiari (Offset), Quavo has released singles that have topped at the US music charts. The trio’s debut single ‘Versace’ made it to the U.S. billboard 100 and had music artists such as Drake and Justin Bieber gushing over the song on their social media accounts. Canadian rapper Drake went on to create a remix version of the song with the rap group. Quavo began his career in 2013, and has continued to belt out one hit after another with his latest single ‘Bad and Boujee’ topping the U.S. Billboard chart. As a teenager Quavo had dreams of making it to the helm of the hip hop industry, and since the launch of his career, he has received success in each enterprise. He is currently managed by ‘Coach K’ and has collaborated with producers such as Zaytoven and Murda Beatz. The rapper has often found himself and his group members in controversies either pertaining to illicit possession of drugs or inciting a riot. However, he hasn’t let these charges come in the way of his success.
Also Known As: Quavious Keyate Marshall
Spouse/Ex-: Helen Booth Fairchild
father: Frank Morley
mother: Lilian Janet Bird
children: Louise Morley Cochrane
Born Country: United States
Notable Alumni: Berkmar High School
education: Berkmar High School
Quavo Marshall was born on April 2, 1991, at Atlanta in Georgia. His mother raised him along with his nephew, Krishnik, popularly known as ‘Takeoff’ and his cousin, Kiari, popularly known as ‘Offset’.
With fame at his heels, Quavo released another mixtape in 2014, and suggested it to be a sequel to his earlier mixtape ‘No Label’, naming it ‘No Label II’. The tape was downloaded in great numbers immediately after its release.
Just a month later, Quavo announced that the group had decided to release an album instead of another mixtape. His group signed a deal with ‘300 Entertainment’ and in June 2013, they released a single ‘Fight Night’. The song was a major hit and listed on ‘XXL’s 25 Best Songs of the Year’.
The album featured guest collaborations with rap stars such as ‘Chris Brown’ and ‘Young Thug’. At an interview following the success of his first album, he hinted about a second album that his crew had begun working on.
Quavo made a collaborated mixtape with American rapper Young Thug in 2016, called ‘MigoThuggin’.
The same year, the lead single ‘Bad and Boujee’ from his second album was played on radios, and the song also featured rapper, Lil Uzi Vert. On October 31, the song's music video was broadcast.
Since January 2017, Quavo along with ‘Takeoff’ has been busy on their ‘Dab Tour’, with the tours opening performer as Kippa da Flippa. On January 18, he also released another mixtape ‘Young Rich Niggas 2’.
His second album ‘Culture’ was launched on January 27, 2017. The album has thirteen tracks and has received positive reviews from music magazines. It has occupied top spots on almost all music charts worldwide.
Quavo Marshall's first single ‘Versace’ was certified gold by RIAA or Recording Industry Association of America. It was also placed in XXL’s top five Hip Hop Songs of 2013.
Quavo Marshall was romantically linked to rapper Saweetie. He started dating model Karrueche Tran.
Quavo prefers keeping his wealth stacked in the safety of his home. He carries a leather backpack with hefty cash, two phones and an extra T-shirt with him at all times.
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