It's been a few months since we last heard anything about the upcoming collaboration album between Quavo and Travis Scott, but now, the Migos' member has revealed more information about the highly-anticipated project including how many songs they have recorded.

Speaking with Montreality, Quavo said the project is "going to drop real soon, real soon. Soon as I get some time." The rapper added, "We've been making a whole bunch of records; we got a lot of records together right now, we've probably got like 20 records, we just need to get some time and just sort 'em out."

After teaming up on the song "Pick Up the Phone," the two rappers have been talking about the joint album since 2016. While teasing his own solo project in December, the Migos rapper said, "Quavo album right after we get that Quavo and Travis album."

A few months later, La Flame teased the album's release, tweeting, "Dnt worry that huncho x cactus jack Coming." Shortly after that, Scott previewed two songs they had been working on.

The last update we received came in August when Scott said, "I think this might be the last club I'ma do until my album come out and shit. I'm about to go away, in hiding for like a couple weeks, couple months." He added, "Me and Quavo album 'bout to drop real soon. Astroworld 'bout to drop real soon."

Quavo is also preparing for the release of Culture 2 with Migos, and recently revealed Cardi B would appear on the upcoming project. At one point in the interview below, he speaks on the group's influence on hip-hop today.

"We in a time right now where we setting a trend, we started this whole lil wave, we started the whole genre, we started the whole flow, the whole melody," says Quavo around the 1:15 mark. "Ain't nobody right now, at one point in their career, can say they ain't took our flow. We ain't tripping, we never did trip. Hip Hop has changed in a big way, We changed it."

Check out the full Migos interview below.

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