Quavo and Takeoff have hinted that they may be willing to reunite with Offset as the 'Migos,' under a special agreement.
The upcoming episode of the 'Drink Champs,' podcast features the duo, who now perform together in the absence of their erstwhile colleague Offset.
The pair appeared on the show after they released their first album working as just a duo, named 'Only Built for Infinity Links.'
The news from the duo regarding a Migos reunion arose when Quavo asked 'Drink Champs,' co-host N.O.R.E who he thought they could face off against in a 'Verzuz,' rap-style battle, excluding O.Gs.
N.O.R.E, however, could not decide, and instead asked the pair if there was a possibility that fans would get a one-night-only Migos reunion on Verzuz.
“And we can’t do a Migos reunion for one Verzuz? No? That’s not gonna happen,” N.O.R.E. asked them.
“If the check right,” Takeoff responded.
Quavo & TakeOff talk VERZUZ
The hugely successful Migos group split-up this year, after a number of controversies between its members.
It began when Offset and his wife, Cardi B, unfollowed Quavo and Takeoff on social media.
Quavo and Takeoff then dropped off a joint single titled 'Hotel Lobby,' released with an accompanying music video.
There was even more controversy when Quavo talked of rumours about his ex-girlfriend, Saweetie, cheating on him with another man on the track 'Messy.'
There was much speculation following that line, that Offset had in fact slept with Saweetie.
Quavo and Takeoff spoke about loyalty during a REVOLT TV interview during that time.
“We gon’ stand on loyalty, you know what I mean?” Quavo stated.
“We stand on real deal, real deal loyalty, and sometimes that shit ain’t displayed. This ain’t got nothing to do with no label, no paperwork, no [Quality Control Music], nothing,' he added.
'This got something to do with the three brothers. And shit, it is what it is. Right now, we gon’ be the duo ’til time tell.”
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At the height of the groups' success, each artist released a solo album in 2018/2019, though none had the success they had when working together.
Following the split earlier this year, this trend has continued somewhat, with Offset releasing the singles '5 4 3 2 1,' and 'Code,' from the upcoming album he has recently announced.
Quavo and Takeoff meanwhile, have released their new album together.
Judging by their comments on 'Drink Champs,' there could well be a reunion between the trio yet though.
The full interview will be released on Saturday.