Quavo Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Quavo is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer born on April 2, 1991. He is famous for being part of the hip-hop group Migos which he formed in 2008 with his nephew Takeoff and their friend Offset. The group released four successful albums before splitting up in 2023.

Quavo has featured on six top ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100. These include hits like Post Malone‘s “Congratulations”, Justin Bieber‘s “Intentions”, Liam Payne‘s “Strip That Down”, Drake‘s “Portland”, and DJ Khaled‘s “No Brainer” and “I’m the One”, which reached number one on the charts. His first solo album “Quavo Huncho” reached number two on the Billboard 200 chart and featured the platinum-certified single “Workin Me”. His second album “Rocket Power” dedicated to Takeoff who tragically passed away the previous year peaked at number 18.

Full NameQuavious Keyate Marshall
Date of BirthApril 2, 1991
Place of BirthAthens, Georgia, USA
OccupationRapper, Singer, Songwriter
Height5 feet 10 inches (178 cm)
Net Worth$28 million

Quavo’s Early Life and Education

Quavo Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Quavious Keyate Marshall better known as Quavo was born on April 2, 1991, in Athens Georgia. He and the other Migos members grew up in Gwinnett County a suburban area about 20 to 30 minutes northeast of Atlanta. He attended Berkmar High School where he was the starting quarterback for the football team in his senior year 2009.

That season, Berkmar’s record was 1-9 but Quavo had a standout game completing 19 out of 25 passes for 201 yards and scoring three touchdowns in the team’s first win. He also set a Georgia high school record in 2009 by completing 28 passes in a single game a record later broken by Taylor Heinicke. Despite finishing the football season he left Berkmar a few months before graduation.


Quavo Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Migos started in 2008 when Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset came together in Lawrenceville Georgia. Quavo and Takeoff who are related grew up under his mother’s care. Is known as Polo Club they later changed their name to Migos because they felt Polo Club was too ordinary. Their first big project was a mixtape called Juug Season released on August 25, 2011, followed by No Label on June 1, 2012.

Their breakthrough came in 2013 with the release of “Versace” a single that got a boost when Drake remixed it. This helped them gain attention with the song hitting the Billboard charts. He also started his solo career with “Champions” featuring other artists and making it onto the Billboard Hot 100.

After their second album Culture topped the Billboard 200 Quavo began collaborating on various popular tracks apart from Migos. This included hits like “Congratulations,” “I’m the One,” “Portland,” and “No Brainer,”. Travis Scott announced plans for a joint album with he building on their previous work together.

He continued to expand his solo ventures contributing to “The Fate of the Furious” soundtrack and releasing tracks like “Ice Tray” with Lil Yachty. He surprised fans with the release of Huncho Jack alongside Travis Scott which debuted well on the Billboard charts.

In early 2018, Migos released Culture II followed by his announcement of his solo project Quavo Huncho which featured singles like “Workin, Me” “Lamb Talk,” and “Bubble Gum”. This album showcased a range of collaborations with artists like Drake, Cardi B, and Travis Scott.

Quavo Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Quavo’s solo efforts continued with performances at notable events like the Eurovision Song Contest in 2019 alongside Madonna. He also featured on Justin Bieber’s hit “Intentions” which peaked high on the charts.

In 2020, Migos released “Culture III” but by October 2022 rumors swirled about the group’s disbandment following personal issues involving Offset. Quavo and Takeoff then formed a new duo called Unc & Phew releasing an album titled “Only Built for Infinity Links” in October 2022.

Tragedy struck in November 2022, when Takeoff was fatally shot in Houston Texas impacting Quavo deeply. He released several singles in early 2023 as tributes to Takeoff before dropping his second studio album Rocket Power in August 2023.

In 2024, Quavo found himself embroiled in a public feud with Chris Brown sparked by diss tracks exchanged between the two artists. This exchange garnered mixed reactions from both critics and fans alike.

Net Worth

Quavo has an estimated net worth of $28 Million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. The main source of Quavo’s net worth primarily comes from his successful career as a rapper, songwriter, and music producer. He gained fame as a member of the hip-hop group Migos, known for hits like “Bad and Boujee” and “Stir Fry.” Beyond music, Quavo has ventured into business and endorsements, partnering with brands like Nike and appearing in commercials.

His earnings also include royalties from music streaming, concert tours, and collaborations with other artists. Quavo’s entrepreneurial ventures and strategic investments further contribute to his wealth, making him a prominent figure in both music and business.

Personal life

Quavo Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

On April 18, 2015, Quavo and his entourage were arrested during a Migos concert at Georgia Southern University. Quavo faced charges for possessing drugs marijuana and firearms within a school safety zone and during a crime. He was released on bond and later pleaded no contest to marijuana possession receiving a suspended 12-month sentence upon payment of fines.

Quavo supported Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign praising Sanders for his past activism.

In 2017, Quavo briefly dated actress and model Karrueche Tran. He began dating Saweetie in September 2018 but they confirmed their breakup via social media in March 2021 with Saweetie alleging infidelity and emotional scars from the relationship. Video footage emerged in late March 2021 showing the pair in a physical altercation allegedly from the previous year.

In May 2020, Quavo announced on Instagram that he graduated from high school after dropping out 11 years earlier.

In December 2021, Quavo faced a lawsuit related to an alleged assault of a limo driver in July 2021.

Regarding Takeoff’s murder on November 1, 2022, Quavo witnessed the incident but was unharmed. He reportedly fainted afterward and needed assistance to leave the scene. Two others were injured during the shooting.

In March 2024, Quavo launched the Spark Grants initiative aiming to award $10000 grants to ten organizations in Atlanta to raise awareness and reduce gun violence. The initiative begins on June 18 2024 which coincides with Takeoff’s birthday and National Gun Violence Awareness Month.

Other ventures

Quavo Biography, Career, Net Worth, And Other Interesting Facts

Quavo along with his fellow Migos members made his television debut on Donald Glover’s show Atlanta in 2016 appearing in an episode titled “Go For Broke.” He also had a cameo on the show Star in 2018.

In 2019, Quavo guest-starred in the season finale of “Black-ish” on ABC and HBO’s Ballers. The next year he appeared in the final episode of Justin Bieber: Seasons a YouTube series alongside Billie Eilish, Big Sean, DJ Khaled, and Usher. He also had a guest role in the second season of Narcos: Mexico.

Quavo played Coyote in the thriller film “Savage Salvation” directed by Randall Emmett released on December 2, 2022. He also starred in the gospel-choir-competition-based movie “Praise This” set in Atlanta alongside Chloe Bailey and Anjelika Washington released in April 2023 in the U.S. and Canada.

In sports, Quavo was named MVP of the 2018 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game after scoring 19 points. He played in subsequent games in 2019 and 2020.

Quavo is also a partial owner of the FCF Glacier Boyz a team in the Fan Controlled Football League.