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Quavo’s highly anticipated solo project is right around the corner.

On Thursday night, the Migos member hit up the ‘Gram to share the official cover art and release date for Quavo Huncho, which was originally expected to arrive sometime last month.

Though the delay was disappointing to many fans, the Georgia rapper has reassured fans the wait is almost over.

That’s right, Quavo Huncho will finally hit streaming services next Friday.

The album is expected to include the previously released singles “Working Me,” “Lamb Talk,” and “Bubble Gum,” as well as a stacked guest list. Earlier this week, the rapper teased the project on social media, with a list of potential features. Drake, Cardi B, 21 Savage, Travis Scott, and his fellow Migos members were listed as possible contributors; however, Quavo cautioned fans that there was a chance some artists wouldn’t make the final cut.

The rapper spoke about his debut solo effort in a recent interview with Hypebeast, claiming Quavo Huncho just kind of fell into place.

“That was never calculated. It was just about me having all these features out and everybody assuming that I was gonna do, like, a solo career,” he said. “I got too much music. I got to channel it somewhere. So dropping the solo project is a good way to do it.”

Keep it locked as more information about Quavo Huncho becomes available.

The rapper will also appear on Thursday night’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Be sure to check back for a performance recap.