And just like that, Quavo's debut solo album has a release date. Last night (Oct. 4), the Migos rapper jumped onto social media and revealed both the album cover and release date for his forthcoming solo LP, Quavo Huncho, which we now know is coming Fri., Oct. 12.

Keeping things short and sweet, Quavo posted an image of his new album cover and a not-so-cryptic message: "Q U A V O H U N C H O 10 . 12 . 18."

Naturally, folks on Twitter and Instagram were excited about Quavo's announcement. They also had quite a bit to say about his new album cover, which is interesting to say the least. In the image, we see Quavo's likeness is made up of various tree branches and winged-creatures. His nose is a bird's wing, and the top of his head is what looks like a dog-dragon hybrid. Pretty trippy stuff.

In related news, Quavo's debut solo effort is looking like it could be pretty stacked with features. On Monday, the rapper posted a piece of paper that included the names of rappers like a piece of paper with the names of rappers like Drake, Kid Cudi, Cardi B and 21 Savage. "P R E S E A S O N C U T S (Not Final Cut) Q U A V O H U N C H O," he wrote in the caption for the post.

Will Drake, Cudi, Bardi and 21 be on Quavo Huncho? Quite possibly. We'll know for sure when Quavo Huncho drops next Friday.

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