Quavo Net Worth

Quavo (born April 2, 1991, in Lawrenceville, Georgia, actually Quavious Keyate Marshall ) is an American rapper. He is a member of the hip-hop group Migos. Quavo’s Net Worth is $18 million while the group Migo’s collective Net Worth is $50 million. Quavo is a rapper and also a member of Migos. With this group, he started achieving mainstream success in 2017.

Who is Quavo?

Quavo (born April 2, 1991, in Lawrenceville, Georgia, actually Quavious Keyate Marshall ) is an American rapper. He is a member of the hip-hop group Migos. He is also a rapper, songwriter, record producer, and mixing engineer. Quavo’s father Frank Morley died in his childhood when he was four years old and his mother Lilian Janet Bird is a hairdresser.

His mother raised him with his cousin (Kiari Kendrell Cephus “Offset”) and nephew (Kirsnick Khari Ball “Takeoff”), these three made the trio Migos. Quavo attended Berkmar High School and was the starting quarterback of its football team during the 2009 season, his senior year.

Despite finishing the football season for his senior year, Marshall dropped out of Berkmar months before graduation. Quavo started his career in 2009 with Offset and Takeoff. The group Migos released their first full-length project, a mixtape titled Juug Season, on August 25, 2011. They followed with the mixtape No Label, on June 1, 2012.

In addition to that, the rappers have contributed to a number of hit songs over the years including Pick Up the Phone, Congratulations, and I’m the One. His debut album, ATL has recently released in June 2017. As of 2017, Migos has performed at dozens of different cities all around the world from Miami Beach Florida, to Malmo, Sweden.

Quavo Personal Details

Name Quavious Keyate Marshall
Nick Name Quavohuncho
Date of Birth 2nd April 1991
Birth Place Lawrenceville, Georgia
Profession Hip Hop artist
Height 5 ft. 10 inches
Band Migos
Nationality American
Marital Status Single
Race / Ethnicity Black
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Dark Brown

Quavo Biography

Marshall’s mother was a hairdresser while her father died early when she was just three years old. The three Migos members grew up together in Gwinnett County, a predominantly suburban area half an hour northeast of Atlanta. Marshall visited Berkmar High School and was the quarterback of his football team during the 2009 season; Despite finishing the football season for his final year, Marshall left school months before graduation.

Quavo Music Career

The Migos was founded in 2009 by Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset. The three members are directly related and were raised together by the mother of Quavo. Quavo is Takeoff’s uncle, and Offset is Quavo’s cousin. The group was initially known as Polo Club and is initially from Lawrence Ville, Georgia.

The group eventually decided to change the name to “Migos” after the Polo clothing brand went out of fashion. The Migos released their first complete project, a mixtape called Juug Season, on August 25, 2011. The No Label mixtape followed on June 1, 2012. In 2013, the Migos grew in popularity thanks to the single Versace.

Later a remix of the song was released with the collaboration of the Canadian rapper Drake, who reached position 99 in the Billboard Hot 100. After the success of Culture, the second studio album Migos, which reached the top spot on the Billboard 200 in the United States, Quavo was required in 2017 for various featuring in many favorite songs, including Congratulations to Post Malone, I’m the One by DJ Khaled, Portland by Drake and Strip That Down by Liam Payne.

Quavo Net Worth

In an interview with GQ, the rapper from Houston Travis Scott, with whom he had worked in the past for Quavo’s songs Oh My Dis Side and Pick Up the Phone, revealed to has a collaborative album with Quavo in the works. In 2017 he collaborated with Lil Uzi Vert and Travis Scott in the song Go Off single extracted from the soundtrack of the film Fast & Furious 8.

In the same year, he collaborated with Major Lazer, Travis Scott, and Camila Cabello in the song Know No Better and with Sfera Ebbasta in the song “Cupido.” January 16, 2018, announces via the social network the release of Culture II, the third studio album by Migos, released on January 26th.

Quavo With Migos Biography

2009-12: Training and early years

Migos was founded in 2009 with Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset as members. The three are close relatives and grew up together: Quavo is Takeoff’s uncle and Offset Quavo’s cousin. Two years later, in 2011, the trio released their first full-length album, the Juug Season mixtape. The following year, at the beginning of June, they released the No Label mixtape.

2013: Discovery and “Versace”

In 2013, Migos released the single “Versace,” produced by Zaytoven, which reached number 99 on the Billboard list. That same year, the Canadian rapper Drake made a mix of the song and presented it at the iHeartRadio Music Festival that year, thanks to which he became better known. In June, the band released the YRN mixtape (Young Rich Niggas), which received excellent reviews from the critics. Brandon Soderberg of Spin magazine rated the album with 8 stars out of 10 and compared the members with Gucci Mane, Soulja Boy, and Future.

On June 15, the band performed on Hot 107.9 radio station. “Versace” appeared on many lists at the end of that year: it ranked # 1 in XXL’s Best Songs of 2013, ranked number 4 in The Fifty Best Songs of 2013 by Complex magazine, ranked number 5 in The Fifties 2013 best songs of SPIN, ranked No.

38 the 2013 top one hundred songs of Pitchfork and ranked number 69 in the best songs of 2013 of the magazine Rolling Stone. On the other hand, YRN (Young Rich Niggas) was ranked number 27 in the best albums of the year in the magazine SPIN.

2014-15: Mixtapes and Young Rich Nation

In February 2014, Migos released its second mixtape, No Label, which was downloaded more than a hundred thousand times during the first week online. Four months later the group signed a contract with the record label 300 Entertainment. That same month (June) the band released the single ” Fight Night,” which appeared on the list of XXL and ranked number 69 on the Billboard hits.

In November, the band released another mixtape, Rich Nigga Timeline which was considered by Rolling Stone magazine as the seventh-best album of 2014. In February 2015, Migos released the single “One Time” and reached number 34 on the Hot R & B / Hip-Hop Songs charts.

In July, the band released their first studio album, Yung Rich Nation. In September they left the 300 Entertainment label and released a new mixtape entitled Back to the Bando. The first single, “Look at My Dab,” was released in September of that year. The song was known around the world thanks to the dab, dance that the band and some NFL players made popular.

2016-present: World Recognition

In January 2016, Migos launched a new mixtape, Young Rich Niggas. In October they released the single “Bad and Boujee,” in which rapper Lil Uzi Vert appeared as a collaborator. The song became the first song of the band to reach the first position in the list of Billboard. Then he released the single “T-Shirt” which was followed by his second studio album, Culture, released in January 2017 and collaborated with American singer Katy Perry on the single ” Bon Appétit ” from her album Witness.

Quavo Legal issues

On April 18, 2015, authorities halted a Migos show at Georgia Southern University and captured each of the three individuals from the gathering, and also a few individuals from their escort. Quavo was accused of ownership of an unspecified Schedule II opiate, the property of cannabis, purchase of a gun in a school well-being zone, and ownership of a weapon amid the commission of wrongdoing. He was discharged from imprisonment on bond, and later argued no challenge to offense cannabis charges and got a year sentence, which was suspended because of installment of fines.

Quavo Discography

As a soloist

Album in studio

  • 2017 – Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho (con Travis Scott)


  • 2016 – Champions (con Kanye West, Gucci Mane, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Yo Gotti e Desiigner)
  • 2017 – Go Off (with Lil Uzi Vert and Travis Scott )
  • 2017 – Too Hotty (con Quality Control, Takeoff e Offset)
  • 2017 – Ice Tray (con Quality Control e Lil Yachty)

Collaborative singles

  • 2014 – What Are You Thinking? di Mendo Kelly
  • 2015 – Get Home by J Castro
  • 2016 – Fuck Cancer (Boosie) di Young Thug
  • 2016 – Minnesota di Lil Yachty
  • 2016 – Mr.Perfect di Skippa da Flippa
  • 2016 – Pick Up the Phone di Young Thug e Travis Scott
  • 2016 – Swervin Down di Skippa da Flippa
  • 2016 – Castro by Yo Gotti
  • 2017 – Good Drank di 2 Chainz
  • 2017 – Congratulations di Post Malone
  • 2017 – The Let Out di Jidenna
  • 2017 – Want Her di DJ Mustard
  • 2017 – Wind Up at Keke Palmer
  • 2017 – I’m the One di DJ Khaled
  • 2017 – Trap Paris di Machine Gun Kelly
  • 2017 – Portland in Drake
  • 2017 – RAF dell’ASAP Mob
  • 2017 – Strip That Down di Liam Payne
  • 2017 – Homie Bitch di Lil Durk
  • 2017 – Know No Better di Major Lazer
  • 2017 – Sway di NexXthursday
  • 2017 – Believe of A-Trak
  • 2017 – OMG of Camila Cabello
  • 2018 – Catch a Body di LIVVIA
  • 2018 – Cupid of Sfera Ebbasta
  • 2018 – Savior at Iggy Azalea

With The Migos

Album in studio

  • 2015 – Yung Rich Nation
  • 2017 – Culture
  • 2018 – Culture II


  • 2011 – Juug Season
  • 2012 – No Label
  • 2013 – Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas)
  • 2013 – Streets on Lock con Rich the Kid
  • 2013 – Streets on Lock 2 con Rich the Kid
  • 2014 – Solid Foundation con QC the Label
  • 2014 – No Label 2
  • 2014 – Streets on Lock 2 con Rich the Kid
  • 2014 – World War 3D: The Green Album con Gucci Mane
  • 2014 – Rich Nigga Timeline
  • 2015 – Migo Lingo con YRN Lingo
  • 2015 – Still on Lock con Rich the Kid
  • 2015 – Back to the Bando
  • 2015 – Streets on Lock 4 con Rich the Kid
  • 2016 – Y.R.N 2 (Young Rich N*ggas 2)

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