Quavo takes sightseeing tour of the Dominican Republic in video for new song ‘Galaxy’

Quavo has shared a new video for his song ‘Galaxy’, which sees him taking a sightseeing tour of the Dominican Republic.

The track, which features on the rapper’s recent album ‘Rocket Power’, follows the song ‘Hold Me’ which saw him attend a memorial service for late Migos bandmate Takeoff in the video.

The clip for ‘Galaxy’ sees him going on a date on the island, cutting into a coconut with a machete, and playing football with the local kids. You can view it below.


Announcing ‘Rocket Power’ earlier this year, Quavo described the album as “my therapy” following the death of Takeoff.

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“This album is a true reflection of how I feel right now,” he wrote in an Instagram post at the time. Sometimes I’m good, sometimes I’m down, sometimes I’m disappointed, sometimes I fall apart, but then I ALWAYS find my strength again. I know everything might not be alright right now, but the Rocket showed me a way to make it RIGHT!

“Rocket Power keeps me going. Rocket Power gives me fuel. Rocket Power will help us all overcome whatever we’re going through.”

Takeoff died on November 1 last year, aged 28, when he was shot dead in an alleged dice game gone wrong in Houston, Texas. In January, a man was charged with the murder of Takeoff but was released on bail after paying a $1million bond. He was formally indicted in July.

Offset recently said that performing a tribute to Takeoff with Quavo at 2023 BET Awards “cleared his soul”. It marked the first time the duo had performed together since Takeoff’s death.