Today, April 2, is the 27th birthday of Atlanta rapper and Migos member Quavo!

Born Quavious Marshall, the North Atlanta talent got his start rapping in high school along with his family members Takeoff and Offset. The trio of rhymers formed in 2009 and dropped their first mixtape Juug Season in 2011. In 2013, the guys gained their first big look when they dropped the Zaytoven-produced banger "Versace." The track was remixed by Drake and propelled their 2013 mixtape Y.R.N. (Young Rich Niggas) into the spotlight.

Over the next few years, under the guidance of Quality Control Music, Migos have grown from a trio of chorus-relying toters to certified culture shifters. The crew dropped their debut album Yung Rich Nation in 2015, followed by their 2017 sophomore project Culture in January. In 2016, Migos scored their first Billboard No. 1 song with "Bad and Boujee" soon after actor/rapper Donald Glover a.k.a. Childish Gambino gave them a shout out at the Golden Globes.

This year has gone just as well for Quavo. Migos' 2018 album Culture II has sold well, and it's lead single, "Motorsport" is certified gold. Quavo got to see his Georgia Bulldogs win the Rose Bowl, dropped his much anticipated collab album with Travis Scott, and won MVP at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. Whether it's rap or sports, Quavo is excelling, and more wins await him.

Happy Birthday, Young Quavious!

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