Brrr! Migos, Gucci Mane, and Lil Yachty are reportedly joining forces on a collaborative project known as Glacier Boyz, which is set to drop this month.
Quavo took to Twitter to reveal the news in a since-deleted tweet. “IN THE STUDIO MAKING GLACIER BOYZ,” he wrote. “GUCCI MANE MIGOS LIL YACHTY Who Got More Ice Than This Trio?! STILL WAITIN. That’s Why We Glacier.”
— QUAVO FAN ACCOUNT (@CultureTheAlbum) February 4, 2018
Although Quavo deleted the post, Gucci Mane confirmed the project and its release timetable on Twitter earlier this month. “Brrr,” he wrote. “#GlacierBoyz coming February.”
Later, he tweeted: “Too cold to come out in Atlanta errbody chill tonight we gone do it big next month on my birthday February 12th brrr!!! #GlacierBoyz.”
Too cold to come out in Atlanta errbody chill tonight we gone do it big next month on my birthday February 12th brrr!!! #GlacierBoyz
— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) January 18, 2018
It’s unclear whether Guwop, Migos, and Lil Boat will drop their project on Feb. 12, since that is a Monday. In any case, it looks like plans for a collaborative effort are in motion.
The guys have been making a plethora of music. Not only did they all participate in Quality Control’s Control the Streets, Vol. 1 last month, but Migos just released its latest album, Culture II, while Gucci Mane dropped his newest effort, El Gato: Human Glacier. Meanwhile, Migos’ Takeoff and Lil Yachty are reportedly working on a joint project of their own.
During a recent appearance on “The Breakfast Club,” Quality Control’s CEO Pierre “Pee” Thomas said: “Be on the lookout for the Glacier Boyz project.” They didn’t elaborate on that too much, but Quavo explained the name. “When we get together, that’s what we call ourselves,” he said. “The whole gang’s just Glacier Boyz.”