Quavo & Travis Scott's "Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho" Drops of the Night
The countdown to the release of Travis Scott & Quavo of the album in collaboration Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho looks like his final point of the day. On Thursday (December 21), Scott posted the cover art for the project, with a caption that said, "Midnight."
A post shared by flame (@travisscott) on December 21, 2017, at 11:08am PST
Both Scott and Quavo initially sparked rumors of a Christmas Day after the release of both published slightly cryptic posts to Instagram on Wednesday (20 December).
The image Quavo shared was the word "Huncho," an obvious reference to the title of a collaboration project. And by its title, the Migos rapper just type in "M E R R y X M a S."
M E R R Y X M A S
A post shared by QuavoHuncho (@quavohuncho) on December 20, 2017, at 4:01pm PST
In the same way, Travis Instagram to share included the word "Jack", and its title includes a Christmas mention as well. He also mentioned that the album was dropping "sooner than you think."
A post shared by flame (@travisscott) on December 20, 2017, at 4:02pm PST
Before u think !!! pic.twitter.com/aC7PRKMxuH
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) December 21, 2017
Quavo added a tweet suggesting that if you get 500,000 retweets, he will gift the fans with something "new" for Christmas.
"T H a N E W X M a S 500k RT IF U WANT it," he wrote.
T H a N E W X M a S 500k RT IF U WANT IT
— QuavoYRN (@QuavoStuntin), 20 December 2017
Fear and loathing in Las Vegas illustrator Ralph Steadman, famous for his work with author Hunter S. Thompson — created the work of art to Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho in his signature style. Travis offered a special thank you to the 81-year-old artist this Wednesday.
"My Man Ralph Steadman thank u," Scott wrote. "I Love u man thanks for being part of this journey. Ps. Them studio nights, we're not going to talk about those lol."
My Man Ralph Steadman thank u. I️ Lo