Harlow and Fallon introduced Unc & Phew on the Thursday night (October 6) edition of the popular show and the duo wasted no time turning up with the studio audience. Quavo and Takeoff took the stage in front of a screen displaying various infinity links to perform “Nothing Changed” off their newly released album.
The song finds the two rappers reflecting on their success despite critics feeling things are different due to various situations. The song was originally teased in 2020 when Quavo played the song on Instagram Live, revealing it could end up on Culture III if his Migos brothers hopped on the track.
“Run it up, that’s it (Run it up) / M&M’s, whole tick (Whole tick) / Don’t mind if I do it, I get it, I love my brothers, I split it (Split it) / Lil’ nigga, mind ya business, cause I got somе guns, they hitting (Hitting) / Trap out the bando, just choppin’ the chickеns,” Quavo raps.
Takeoff comes in on the second verse rapping: “Foreign exchange the chain (Chains) / Fame came with the change (Fame) / You get a stripe for a stain (Stripe) / You ’bout to crash out your lane (Skrrt) / The umbrella out of the Rolls Royce Cullinan/ Know it came with the rain (Cullinan) / No letterman, I’ve been a veteran /Nigga do anything for a name (Anything).”
Quavo and Takeoff also unleashed the official music video for “Nothing Changed” on Friday (October 7). The Keemotion-directed video finds Takeoff and Quavo rapping in front of a Rolls-Royce Cullinan with scenes portraying them as children sprinkled throughout.
Only Built For Infinity Links arrived on streaming services on Friday and features appearances by Mustard, Young Thug, Gunna, Summer Walker, Gucci Mane and Birdman. The album has been the topic of conversation on social media because of the track “Messy” in which fans believe Quavo alluded to Offset and Saweetie sleeping together.
“I said ‘Caresha, please’ ’cause she too messy / Bitch fucked my dawg behind my back but I ain’t stressin’ / You wanted the gang? You shoulda just said it, we would’ve just blessed it / Now shit got messy,” Huncho rapped on the song.
While Quavo didn’t name names, many listeners believed he was referring to his cousin Offset sleeping with his ex-girlfriend Saweetie, suggesting it was the reason behind the Migos’ sudden breakup earlier this year.