Quavo has teased a new single on social media titled “Honey Bun” and honored the late TakeOff in a post showing a scene from a music video shoot.

On Monday (March 27), Quavo took to his Instagram with a post showing a black-and-white picture of himself in what appeared to be a music video shoot. In the photo, Quavo is standing in front of a Jeep while wearing a fur coat and smoking a blunt.

Quavo revealed the song’s name in his caption and honored TakeOff by mentioning him with a spaceship emoji attached. He also hinted at the new song arriving on Friday (March 31).

“Honey•Bun Friday! #ForTake,” Quavo wrote.

The announcement comes weeks after Quavo unleashed “Greatness,” which answered several questions fans had regarding the Migos and more. In the song, Quavo explained that although he cherished the time he spent with Offset and Takeoff, the Atlanta group was no more and would never come back in the future.

Never forget that the Migos amazin’/ Look at the ice and the knots in my pants, you know that them young n-ggas made it,” he raps over upbeat, horn-laced production from DJ Durel.

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He continued: “Came in, swept the game like a storm with the muthafucking flow, n-gga, Take did that/ So don’t ask about the group, he gone, we gone, young n-gga it can’t come back, damn!

The song’s accompanying video shows the Georgia native watching old footage of him and TakeOff on TV inside his mansion, while also flexing his jewelry, cars and basketball skills.

Takeoff was shot and killed outside a Houston bowling alley on November 1. According to police, the 28-year-old rapper was an innocent bystander to a dice game involving Quavo and other men, which escalated into an argument and, tragically, a shootout.

“Greatness” served as Quavo’s second musical offering since TakeOff’s death following the somber “Without You,” which he released in January. The 31-year-old performed the song alongside the Maverick City Music choir at the 2023 Grammys Awards in February, which saw him hold aloft Take’s chain as a photo of his late nephew filled the giant onstage screen behind him.