Migos‘ Quavo and take off is back at it again, this time, with another rap icon swooping in for an assist. The newly minted duo – also known as Unc & Phew – have hired a Cash Money rapper Birdman for their new single, “Big Stunna,” released Friday (August 26).
The track sees the uncle and nephew duo engage in classic rap braggadocio, letting listeners in on their wealth, material possessions, sexual conquests and, of course, enemies who dare threaten to take their empire.
“I can’t hang, ain’t no snakes in none of my campaigns, n—a/ I’ll pop it, like a king bottle of champagne, n—a/ Call the rocket, we’re going f–kin’ the scene, n—a,” the pair sing on the track’s chorus.
Birdman then jumps into the third verse and talks about some of the most iconic duos in the game: “Bird and Wayne, Steph and Clay, Take and Quay/ Five star Bugatti car, the stunna way/ Hella choppers, chrome blade, candy paint/ Three hundred mill’, Cash Money, Rich Gang,” spits the 53-year-old rapper on the record.
Quavo noted that “the chemistry is the same” when it comes to recording music as a duo without Offset. Added Takeoff: “The chemistry has been there since day one, so we… jump off easy.”
Listen to “Big Stunna” below.