Stream: Travis Scott and Quavo release 'Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho' ahead of schedule
The project arrives hours after multiple teasers.
Update 8:15PM ET It’s here! A few hours early, because 2017 isn’t all bad. Stream below:
Update 2:30PM ET Travis Scott has announced the project will arrive tonight (December 21) at midnight. In other words: Tonight. We. Eat.
Teasers, teasers, and more teasers. Besides anticipation and proof that their actually working together, Travis Scott and Quavo’s hotly-anticipated collaborative project, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, has more or less been one long teaser-filled journey.
Whether it’s the “don’t worry it’s coming” release dates that constantly get pinned on the calendars or the many “mixing” hints that leaves fans salivating, the rap world has definitely been on pins and needles anticipating a release. A few weeks back, Quavo unveiled the Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho title, and now Travis has teased a potential holiday drop.
Taking to Instagram, both Travis and Quavo teased their Ralph Steadman-illustrated artwork that reads “Huncho” and “Jack.” To add to the hype, both artists used the same caption: “Merry Christmas.” While a confirmation has yet to be made, chances are these two drop this surefire year-end soundtrack out of nowhere — or if Quavo is to be believed, tonight?
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