In the last three months, Migos members Offset, Quavo and Takeoff have each released solo tracks—"Monday," "Paper Over Here" and "Intruder." The songs have helped fuel rumors of solo projects from the group members, though Twitter users have been squawking for a Quavo project for a minute now. But fans might be disappointed to know the group has no plans on releasing solo projects any time soon.

XXL spoke to OG Parker, a beatmaker for Quality Control who produced all three of the recent solo drops, and he said there was no plan regarding the release of the individual songs; the whole thing was his idea. "I really just told them I plan on releasing a couple songs on my SoundCloud," he says. "That was really just me dropping the solo tracks. That wasn't their idea or anything."

When asked if the group had any plans for solo projects, Parker said no. "I never heard anything about solo projects," says Parker. "I always just hear Migos. All I hear is Migos stuff. They always just talk about Migos."

Quavo seems to be branching out, though. He's got a project with Travis Scott that the Houston rapper says is "coming soon." But as far as something strictly solo? Doesn't seem like that's in the works right now.

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