Quavo and Takeoff Reflect on Their Success on “Nothing Changed”

Listen to the fourth release from the duo’s upcoming album.

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Quavo and Takeoff have continued the rollout of their forthcoming collaborative LP, Only Built For Infinity Links, with yet another new track.

On “Nothing Changed,” the two rappers reflect on their success and how, despite their wealth, they remain close to their roots and continue to lead with a strong work ethic.

“Don’t nothin’ change but the chains / We on ya head like a bang,” Quavo and Takeoff rap in the chorus.

The track was produced by DJ Durel and Marcel “Mars” Korkutata and is the fourth single the rappers dropped as they prepare to debut the new LP. Prior to “Nothing Changed,” the busy duo shared “Hotel Lobby,” “Us vs. Them” featuring Gucci Mane and “Big Stunna” featuring Birdman.

Only Built For Infinity Links is slated for release in just a week on Friday, October 7. Alongside Gucci Mane and Birdman, the 18-track record packs in guest appearances from NBA YoungBoy, Summer Walker, Young Thug, Gunna and Mustard. The project noticeably doesn’t include third Migos member, Offset, who is gearing up to put out his sophomore solo album in November.

Stream Quavo and Takeoff’s new song “Nothing Changed.”

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