This week, Quality Control released their first compilation titled Control the Streets, Vol. 1 that features their roster over 30 tracks. The lead single for the project, “Ice Tray,” caused quite a commotion when a snippet for the song contained a diss at Joe Budden. Quavo raps on the hook, “Ice tray, young ni**a flooded (ice ice ice, yeah) / If a ni**a hatin’, call him Joe Budden (pussy).”
With the full album out, it’s promo time. And Quavo just announced that the single from Control the Streets is, in fact, “Ice Tray.” He and Migos’ official Instagram accounts shared the artwork on Sunday, which shows an illustrated Budden rocking their chains. The dedication to Migo Gang is so real that Budden has Y.R.N., Lil Boat, and QC tatted on him.
A post shared by QuavoHuncho (@quavohuncho) on Dec 10, 2017 at 11:19am PST
A post shared by Migos (@migos) on Dec 10, 2017 at 11:20am PST
As of this writing, Takeoff and Offset haven’t shared the artwork. But Lil Yachty did share a video showing his allegiance to Ice Tray Gang with a “disrespectful” video. (Quavo tagged him in his post.)
Ice Tray Da Gang. pic.twitter.com/QwxPSMTVbB— king of the youth (@lilyachty) December 10, 2017
He also showed some support on IG with the caption: "ICE TRAY GOIN PLATINUM."
A post shared by King boat (@lilyachty) on Dec 10, 2017 at 11:20am PST
Still, Mouse is having some fun with his feud with the Atlanta trio, commenting in Quavo’s post with some flame emojis.
He then shared a photo of what is presumably the Everyday Struggle cast in the video for “Ice Tray,” writing, “Ok now @Migos ... Fake Nedeska Lowkey 🔥 😂.”
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In Budden's first response on Everyday Struggle, he said, "Plot twist: I think that Quavious is hating on me, which makes him, Joe Budden." You can watch the full take below.
No bars from Joe is cool and all, but Migos doesn’t look like they’re backing down anytime soon. What will Budden say for this jab?