Migos' Quavo Reveals Plans For The New National Anthem
A bad and boujee national anthem soon.
Quavo has responded to a petition that began circulating in June to require the Migos rapper to remake "The Star-Spangled Banner." Quavo accepted the request, but on Tuesday (22 August), he revealed plans to write a new national anthem, which represents the unit.
"There are many things behind the national anthem," Quavo told TMZ. "I'd love to do it, but I want to do as a 2017 national anthem, both for the people, for all races, and to put it together, you know what I mean? Something that represents now. Something that represents a modern day national anthem. If I can get some good musicians ... I just write something that is very strong and powerful."
He continued, "I am the huncho. When the huncho, you are the boss. You have the support of what people want you to do. Huncho for the president, you dig?
It has been 12 days since the "Bad and Boujee" rapper apparently agreed to give the people what they want. "SO THEY WANT to HUNCHO TO BE PRESENTED AT THE NATIONAL ANTHEM, LETS ROLL," he wrote on twitter on August 11.
SO THEY WANT TO HUNCHO TO BE PRESENTED AT THE NATIONAL ANTHEM, LETS ROLL
— QuavoYRN (@QuavoStuntin) August 12, 2017
As Quavo got into the car waiting for him on the sidewalk in the los Angeles airport, he added, "All of us together — no matter what color it is."
The request was made by the Kentucky native will Be of Grey color two months ago and to date, more than 7,700 people have signed in support of this initiative. Gray needs 3,300 signatures more to reach the current goal of 10,000. Sign here.