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During an interview with Billboard, Quavo revealed that he completely forgot about writing Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s “APESHIT” with producer Pharrell Williams.

Despite arguably being one of the biggest releases this year, the 27-year-old admitted that the experience completely bypassed him. Upon questioning, the Migos member revealed how he cooked up the summer scorcher with the help of the N.E.R.D frontman.

“I was in the lab with Pharrell. I actually made “Apeshit” and “Stir Fry” in the same day and hour. I made “Stir Fry” first, then right after that he pulled up another beat and we made “Apeshit.” I left both records and he sent me “Stir Fry.” I told him I was going to use that for the album. I totally forgot about “Apeshit” — I just forgot about it. I knew he was going to do something with it and then he called me one day saying, “It’s out of here” and it definitely was.”

Quavo, Billboard

Later, Huncho spoke on how he and Future’s song “Upscale” became Cardi B’s banger “Drip,” why Migos have “a lot of top secret music coming” and touched upon the group’s upcoming tour with Drake. As for Culture III, the rapper slyly notes, “the culture never dies.”

For the interview in full, visit Billboard.

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