Quavo Shares Without You Tribute Song To Takeoff: A sorrowful new song titled “Without You” was Quavo’s way of paying respect to Takeoff after his passing. After being shot and dying in November outside a bowling alley in Houston, Texas, the bandmate and nephew of the rapper who performs as Migos was taken away from him.
In the song “Without You,” Quavo sings of the possibility of one-day meeting “you in paradise.” As he sings, “Remember those days we ain’t have our shit together?/ On the Nawfside times was rough but those days were better,” he recalls the highs and lows of their career.
Later in the song, Quavo references his debut album as a collaborator with Takeoff, titled “Only Built For Infinity Links.” The album was released in October under the collective name Unc & Phew. Quavo sings in the song, “I wish I had a time machine/Simply so you take a ride with me/I miss just how you smile at me/Unc & Phew until infinity,” and he wishes he could take him back in time.
On November 1, 2022, Takeoff, whose actual name was Kirsnick Khari Ball, was gunned down and died. He was 28 years old. The rapper was not involved and was “an innocent spectator,” according to the Houston police, who stated that the gunfire followed an argument over a “lucrative” game of dice outside a bowling alley at approximately 2:30 in the morning.
Before his arrest on December 1, Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, accused of fatally shooting Takeoff, allegedly researched how to obtain phony plane tickets to depart the United States. Clark was arrested on that day. Clark has refuted such allegations and has maintained that he is innocent of the murder charge. Specifically, he has disputed that he was the one who shot Takeoff.
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To Whom Did Quavo Write The Letter?
“It’s complicated to tell you how much I will miss you because you were constantly by my side, and we did everything together. Ever since we were children together, you have been by my side, looking up at me with those eyes as though you are waiting for me to make the next move, and then you have followed right after me.
You always ensured that I completed the task first so that you could complete it correctly with me. You and I were never in a position to compete against one another because we were always on the same team,” he stated.
Offset, the third member of the group Migos, recently expressed that it is “not easy” to carry on after the passing of Takeoff, the band’s founding member.
Offset published a lengthy and heartfelt homage to his bandmate and cousin once removed in the form of an Instagram post in November, and in the weeks that have followed, he has been sharing his sentiments as he struggles to cope with his loss.
On December 21, he said in one of these tweets, “Shit, not simple.” “Fake a smile and shit. Try your best to keep walking with your head held high,” she said. In addition, a picture of Takeoff was included in the post.
Offset has postponed the release of his new album, “Father of 4,” originally scheduled for November 11. This decision was made in the wake of Takeoff’s passing.
Offset responded to a fan who messaged him to ask if it would still come as scheduled by saying, “No pushed back.” The new release date for the record has not yet been announced.