Primarily known for being one-third of the hip-hop/trap collective Migos, Quavo (real name Quavious Marshall) is a rapper and hip-hop artist from Lawrenceville, Georgia. Alongside Offset (his cousin) and Takeoff (his nephew), he helped form Migos in 2009 and they released their first mixtapes, Juug Season in 2011 and No Label in 2012. (No Label went on to receive a sequel in 2014.) However, it wasn't until the release of the track "Versace" from their 2013 mixtape, Young Rich N*ggas, that they came to full prominence. The song was a breakout hit, receiving further exposure when Drake produced a remix. In 2014, Quavo was named "most influential rapper" by the online hip-hop community Complex Music. In subsequent years, he appeared on further releases with Migos, most notably their full-length albums Yung Rich Nation (2015) and C U L T U R E (2017). He also appeared on tracks like "Champions" for Kanye West's GOOD Music label and performed alongside Young Thug on 2016's "Fuck Cancer," and on 2017's "Go Off" with Travis Scott and Lil Uzi Vert for the Fate of the Furious movie soundtrack. Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, a collaborative project with Travis Scott, was also released in 2017. The following year, Quavo released a series of solo singles, including "Workin Me" and "Bubble Gum."