From being featured on smash hits with Drake, Post Malone, DJ Khaled, Calvin Harris and others, Quavo is everywhere. In fact, Quavo had 10 tracks on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts simultaneously last month. As a matter of fact, Drake has been on the charts for 8 years consistently. Its not a big deal for Quavo but getting featured on more than 10% of the list is remarkable. On the other hand, Migos are celebrated by a mass for their “Bad and Boujee” kind of sound. Quavo was once also compared with the king of hip-hop hooks – Nate Dogg by an online hip-hop website.
But what if Quavo gets his hands on the American national anthem? Yep, its hard to digest but an online petition demands Quavo on the American national anthem.
By seeking some help from Change.org, Sean Grey has filed an online petition which demands Quavo on the US national anthem. “The Star-Spangled Banner” is the US national anthem which was written in 1814 by Francis Scott Key. It was 1773 when John Stafford Smith composed it. However, it was adapted on March 4, 1931. Sean suggests that the US national anthem has been around since 1931 without any changes at all. That’s a long time. “It’s (2017) and I think the nation should get with the times and feature Quavo on the National Anthem. He is featured on everything else, so why not?”, Sean said.
Furthermore, this petition has crossed its targeted mark of 1,000 supporters. In fact, the petition has over 2,892 signatures at the time of this writing. On the other hand, this petition has been delivered to Donald Trump and the US Supreme Court already. If the petition is now addressed to Donald Trump and his cabinet, Quavo might get a feature on a piece that every American knows the words to.