“Not a dry eye in here”: Quavo delivers emotional tribute to Takeoff at Grammy Awards 2023


Quavo conveyed a dazzling and close to home recognition for previous bandmate and nephew Departure during the “In Memoriam” section of the 2023 Grammy Grants.

The vocalist played out his new single, Without You, to an ensemble which sung Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s Consider You Again to be an insertion to the fundamental exhibition.

Without You was recorded and delivered out of appreciation for the late Migos musician in January this year. The rapper wore his nephew’s jewel encrusted neckband during the exhibition, holding it high over his head during the ensemble addition.

Quavo’s recognition amazed everybody. As one tweet authenticated, fans were moved to tears by the exhibition of the rapper:

“QUAVO HOLDING Departure CHAIN IM CRYING”: Netizens were moved by the genuine execution
The rapper’s accolade has delivered an amazing flood of close to home responses from the Migos fanbase, who burned through no time in taking to the social express their fortitude with the rapper’s pain over his nephew’s passing:

Close by fans, craftsmen were additionally energetic about the accolade, with artist Charlie Puth tweeting:

“Goodness… I just got chills hearing how they integrated See You Again into Quavo’s presentation for Departure. What an honor, thank you for utilizing it.”

The recognition at the Grammy Grants is the most recent in a grouping of recognitions by the rapper to his nephew.

Prior in the month, the rapper posted a likewise moving recognition for his nephew as a letter, saying the accompanying:

“It’s so difficult to let you know Ima miss you since you generally with me and we did everything together.”

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Departure was shot dead by a 33-year-elderly person named Patrick Xavier Clark, after a quarrel at a party the late vocalist was joining in.

Clark was accused of homicide yet posted a 1 million dollar bail and was delivered.

Departure’s demise is the most recent in a long series of passings that definitely stand out to the weakness of BIPOC craftsmen and activists in wrongdoing filled US urban communities.

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