Birth Day April 2nd, 1991
Birth Place Athens, Georgia
Age 33 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Aries

Quavo is an American rapper. He is famous for being the frontman of the acclaimed hip-hop group Migos, formed with his nephew Takeoff and Offset in 2008. The group achieved notable success, releasing four studio albums before their disbandment in 2023. Beyond Migos, Quavo has left a lasting impact on the music scene, featuring in several Billboard Hot 100 top 10 hits, including the certified diamond single "Congratulations" with Post Malone and DJ Khaled's chart-topping hits "No Brainer" and "I'm the One." In 2018, he ventured into his solo career, releasing his debut album, Quavo Huncho, which peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200. In July 2023, Quavo and Future released a new song titled Turn Yo Clic Up. 

Early Life

Quavo, born on April 2, 1991, hails from Athens, Georgia, USA. Quavious Keyate Marshall is his real name. He holds American nationality and belongs to the Afro-American ethnicity. His mother, Edna Marshall, worked as a hairdresser, while his father, Frank Morley, passed away when Quavo was just four years old. As of 2023, he celebrated his 32nd birthday under the zodiac sign of Aries. 

Growing up in Gwinnett County, a suburban area near Atlanta, Quavo, along with fellow Migos members Takeoff and Offset, shared a close upbringing. Quavo attended Berkmar High School in Lilburn, where he showcased his athletic talent as the starting quarterback for the football team during the 2009 season. Despite a promising sports career, he dropped out of high school to fully focus on his passion for music. In May 2020, he proudly announced his high school graduation on Instagram, 11 years after initially leaving school. 

His journey into the world of music began in the 7th grade, and he started creating his own music and rapping two years later. In addition to his successful music career, he has showcased his athletic abilities by receiving the MVP Award at the 2018 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game and continued to participate in subsequent NBA All-Star Celebrity Games in 2019 and 2020.

Migos Member Quavo, Offset and Takeoff


  • Quavo's career took flight when he, along with fellow rappers Takeoff and Offset, formed the group Migos in 2008. 
  • Raised together by Quavo's mother, the trio initially went by the name Polo Club but later rebranded as "Migos." 
  • The group released their first full-length project, a mixtape titled Juug Season, on August 25, 2011. 
  • They followed with the mixtape No Label, on June 1, 2012.
  • They gained widespread recognition in 2013 with the release of their single "Versace," later remixed by Drake. 
  • Migos' success soared with their second studio album, "Culture," reaching number one on the Billboard 200 chart. On January 26, 2018, Migos released Culture II. 
  • Quavo's influence expanded beyond Migos, featuring in hits like "Congratulations," "I'm the One," and "No Brainer."
  • As his solo career blossomed, Quavo released the album "Quavo Huncho" in 2018, showcasing collaborations with renowned artists.
  • On February 7, 2020, Quavo was featured on the song "Intentions" from Justin Bieber's fifth studio album Changes. 
  • In 2021, Migos released their fourth album, Culture III. 
  • Despite the Migos' reported disbandment speculation in 2022, Quavo and Takeoff formed the super duo Unc & Phew, releasing an album titled "Only Built for Infinity Links" in October 2022. 
  • Tragically, Takeoff was shot and killed in November 2022. 
  • In honor of his late bandmate, Quavo released three singles dedicated to Takeoff and later unveiled his second solo album, "Rocket Power," in August 2023, featuring the hit single "Turn Yo Clic Up" with Future. 
  • The album peaked at number 18 on the US Billboard 200 chart, showcasing Quavo's resilience and evolution as an artist.
  • Quavo has ventured into the world of acting, marking his TV debut alongside fellow Migos members in a 2016 episode of Donald Glover's series "Atlanta" titled "Go For Broke." 
  • His acting credits also include a cameo appearance on the musical drama series "Star" in 2018 and guest-starring roles in the fifth-season finale of ABC's "Black-ish" and HBO's "Ballers" in 2019. 
  • In the following year, he appeared on the finale episode of Justin Bieber's docu-series "Seasons" alongside other music stars. 
  • Quavo expanded his acting repertoire with a role in the thriller film "Savage Salvation," released in December 2022, and starred in the gospel-choir-competition-based film "Praise This" alongside Chloe Bailey and Anjelika Washington, released in April 2023. 
  • Beyond acting, Quavo showcased his athletic prowess by receiving the MVP Award at the 2018 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game and continued to participate in subsequent NBA All-Star Celebrity Games. 
  • Additionally, he became one of the partial owners of the FCF Glacier Boyz, a team in the Fan Controlled Football League.

Awards and Achievements

Teen Choice Awards (2017)

  • Choice Electronic/Dance Song: "Know No Better" (with Major Lazer, Travis Scott, and Camila Cabello) - Won
  • Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song: "I'm the One" (with DJ Khaled, Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, and Lil Wayne) - Won
  • American Music Awards
  • Favorite Song – Rap/Hip-Hop: "I'm the One" (with DJ Khaled, Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, and Lil Wayne) - Won

Personal Life

Quavo's current marital status is unmarried, and he recently ended his relationship with rapper Saweetie after three years together, parting ways in March 2021. In July 2023, rumors circulated about Quavo dating model Lori Harvey after they were spotted together in West Hollywood. However, Lori later denied the speculations, adding an air of mystery to Quavo's relationship status. As of now, he is not dating anyone and he does not have a girlfriend. 

Quavo with his ex-girlfriend, Saweetie

Before his involvement with Saweetie, Quavo had been linked to several other high-profile individuals. Dating rumors emerged in February 2016 when he was seen with model Lira Galore entering a Los Angeles building and later at a nightclub in North Carolina. Subsequently, he was romantically linked to actress and model Karrueche Tran, with public sightings at events like the Gulf Coast Spring Fest and Story nightclub in Miami Beach. Quavo confirmed his relationship with Karrueche, but they eventually separated in July 2017. Over the years, Quavo's dating history also included Australian singer Iggy Azalea in October 2017, a brief relationship with glamor model Bernice Burgos that ended in May 2018, and a hookup with Trinidadian-American rapper and singer-songwriter Nicki Minaj in September 2018.

Net Worth

Quavo, the versatile American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer, has amassed substantial wealth, with an estimated net worth of $35 million as of 2023. His primary source of income is the music industry, where he has built his fortune by releasing numerous successful albums and singles. Notably, as a member of the acclaimed group Migos, he contributed to the release of a certified platinum album and several hit singles. Quavo's solo career has further added to his financial success, with an impressive annual salary surpassing $3 million. Beyond music, he has ventured into endorsements for brands like Avianne Jewelers, Backwoods, Beats By Dre, Bedloo, and Champs Sports. He is living a lavish lifestyle from his career earnings.

Body Measurements

Quavo possesses an average body build complemented by a tall standing height of 5 feet 10.5 inches or 179 centimeters. He has a body weight of 74 kilograms or 163 pounds. His striking features include black hair styled in dreadlocks, thick eyebrows, and captivating dark brown eyes that he often accentuates with round sunglasses. Demonstrating his fondness for body art, Quavo has an extensive collection of tattoos, including notable face tattoos like a cross and crown adorning the side of his right temple. He has a healthy body with an attractive appearance. 

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