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Donald Glover, Chance the Rapper, Quavo deliver updates on respective joint projects

Gambino confirms mixtape with Chano, while Quavo says "20 songs" have been recorded with Travis Scott.


Fresh off his two wins at the Emmys for his work on "Atlanta," Donald Glover gave fans a much-needed update on the status of his joint project with Chance the Rapper. While answering questions after the momentous occasion, Glover discussed new music and made a quick note about his potential project with Chano. "I feel like if I don't make a Chance the Rapper mixtape, like a double mixtape, a bunch of 14-year-olds will kick my ass," he said. Chano later retweeted a clip of the interview, which can be seen below.

The joint project between Glover and Chance has been brewing since 2014, following their collaboration on "The Worst Guys" from Because the Internet. Since then, the two have been teasing the release. Back in July, Chano revealed that the pair recorded "more songs together." The mixtape is rumored to be called Roscoe's Wetsuit.

Meanwhile, Quavo shared similar news for his own collaborative project with Travis Scott. Purportedly titled Cactus Jack, the pair have been teasing the project for quite some time now. In fact, over the weekend at the Meadows festival in Queens, N.Y, Quavo revealed Migos' previously announced CULTURE II album would arrive "after Cactus Jack." In an interview with Montreality, the rapper divulged a bit more on the project. "The album with Travis Scott is going to drop real real soon," he teased. "We been making a whole bunch of records, we got like 20 records together. We just need some time to sort em out."

The joint album with Scott has been a hot topic since it was announced back in March. Since then, the pair have appeared on a slew of records and teased a bunch more.

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