Do you remember a few months ago when a spoof of a Quavo version of ‘The Star Spangled Version’ when viral?
Well, it looks like Quavo has taken it upon himself to record a new national anthem.
Amid calls to release his own version of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” Quavo dropped a snippet of a new national anthem on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The “Culture National Anthem” takes on the traditional Quavo sound with a relatively sincere tone as images and videos of MLK are interweaved throughout the one-minute clip. The snippet was also shared on Migos’ Instagram account, hinting that the whole trio could be in on this one.
Last year, Kentucky native Sean Gray started a petition in an effort to have Quavo featured on a revised version of the national anthem. After the petition accumulated a couple thousand signatures, Quavo was asked how serious he was about his support of Gray’s efforts. “It’s just a lot going on behind the national anthem,” Quavo told TMZ. “I would love to do it, but I wanna do like a 2017 national anthem for both people, for all races, you know what I’m saying? And put it together.”
Check out the snippet below. Migos announced their ‘Culture II’ album drops on Jan 26 — it’s unclear if the full version of this song will be featured.
— QuavoYRN (@QuavoStuntin) January 15, 2018