Quavo of Migos attends the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on Aug. 27, 2017 in Inglewood, Calif.
A Migos movie may be coming to big screens soon. The Atlanta trio sat down with Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show on Monday (Oct. 2) and revealed that they’ve already started thinking about extending their reach into other markets outside of music, including the world of film.
Lowe asked the group about their interests other than music, to which Offset interjected and said that the group is looking to create movies. Later, he put Quavo on the hot seat when he revealed that his cousin is “writing the scripts,” giving the breakout star the floor to explain his newest endeavor.
“I’m a ’90s baby, and all my favorite movies got all the dope artists in them,” Quavo said before listing the movies that inspired him to pick up the pen: “Juice, Menace II Society, all the Snoop Dogg movies, Master P movies, I Got The Hook-Up, Baller Blockin, Big Tymers movies. Even Ice Cube, Cube killed it. That’s what we’re doing right now; we’re looking into the script.”
Migos’ first foray into acting came in 2016 when the trio got their first acting role, on Donald Glover’s hit TV series Atlanta.
On the music front, fans waiting for the long-awaited Quavo and Travis Scott joint mixtape might have to wait a little while longer. Elsewhere in the interview, Quavo said that he and Scott are “still figuring it out with the music” and are working on the tracklist of the forthcoming project.