Quavo appears to be responding to Nicki’s “Barbie Dreams” with his own song “Huncho Dreams.”
Quavo just dropped off his long awaited debut solo album, Quavo Huncho, and it’s a keeper. With a whooping 19 songs and numerous features we are expecting quite a lot of standout tracks. However, one particular song has caught the attention of fans worldwide is track number 3 “Huncho Dreams“.
While there are several standout cuts from the project, there’s one track in particular that’s already raising eyebrows, and thats track #3 “Huncho Dreams,” which looks to be a response to Nicki’s “Barbie Dreams.”
“Call up queen (Nicki)
The queen can’t flex on a young bull (Flex)
Made her scream (Scream)
Chanel, I bought her two of ’em
You can check IG (Hey, IG)
‘Cause when she post, it go up (Go)
Is she for keeps? (For keeps)”
As Complex points out, “Young bull” is a Philly phrase used quite often by Meek Mill, Nicki’s ex-boyfriend. And if that’s still not enough, Quavo also references Nicki’s name later in the verse, actually flipping Drake’s “In My Feelings” and spitting, “Nicki, Nicki, do you love me? (Please)/Why you crying? (Why?).”
Take a listen below and see if you can point out any other references.
If Barbie Dreams can be taken as good hip hop fun and not as Nicki talking about how she actually fucked every nigga that raps, why can’t y’all just treat Huncho Dreams the same?
More specifically misogynoir.
— 20DaysofJune (@20daysofJune) October 12, 2018