Migos' Quavo Releases 'Rocket Power,' His First Solo Album Since Takeoff's Death

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After the sad death of Takeoff one of the loved members of Migos, Quavo has released his second solo album, “Rocket Power,” which includes two tracks of Takeoff.

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Since the death of Takeoff, this is Quavo's first full-length release after he “Takeoff” was brutally murdered outside a private party at a downtown Houston bowling alley in 2022. The pair join forces on the tracks “Patty Cake” and “Back Where It Begins,” which also features Future.

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According to Quavo through an Instagram post, “Rocket Power,” was scheduled to be released two weeks ago, but was delayed to “run some more tests before the rocket is ready to launch,” Given the fame of the Migos and Quavo as a solo artist, the album was highly anticipated. However, very little was known about the album prior to its release.

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In late May, Quavo teased “Rocket Power” on Instagram, writing, “This album is for the Rocket our true fans and also this is my therapy. This is album is a true reflection of how I feel right now. Sometimes I’m Good, sometimes I’m Down, sometimes I’m Disappointed, sometimes I fall apart but then I ALWAYS find my strength again.”.“Rocket Power” follows Quavo's solo debut album, 2018's “Quavo Huncho,”

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Kirsnick Khari Ball popularly known as Takeoff whose memory has resurfaced with the release of the “Rocket Power” album was shot in the head and torso at 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston on Nov. 1 2022, around 2:30 a.m. He was pronounced dead at the scene. While two other victims of the shooting were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment where they luckily survived. According to Houston police, the killer remains on the loose and is yet to be identified.

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Quavo who is also Takeoff’s uncle and third member of Migos, was present during the fatal incident, but the 32-year-old, whose real name is Quavious Keyate Marshall, was not injured. After the death of Takeoff, Offset a member of the Migos and also the cousin to Takeoff, took to social media to express his grief.

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In a heartbreaking post he wrote; “The pain you have left me with is unbearable, my heart is shattered and I have so many things to say, but I can’t find the words”.“I’ve been going to sleep and waking up hoping that all of this is a dream, but it’s reality, and reality feels like a nightmare.”

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Offset, whose real name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus, told fans that he wishes he could hug, laugh, smoke and perform with Takeoff “one last time”.“I know someone with a soul like yours is in heaven now,” he wrote. “I hope you can see how much we love you and miss you. You have left a hole in my heart that will never be filled.”

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Offset concluded his post by asking for “strength” and telling his late family member, “I love you forever”. In June, Quavo and Migos' Offset made their first major public appearance following Takeoff's death at the 2023 BET Awards. Performing their biggest hit, “Bad and Boujee,” the duo shouted “BET, do it for Take,” near the beginning of their set, as their backdrop switched from the image of a space shuttle to one of Takeoff pointing in the air.

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