"Virgil," which was produced by DJ Durel, appears on the recently released "Control the Streets, Volume 2" from Quality Control.
The Atlanta-based record label has unveiled the accompanying video, in which a bejeweled Quavo enjoys his extravagant lifestyle.
The Miggos rapper is seen traveling the world in multiple forms of transportation, including private jet, limo, and bicycle.
"I can't get down (Get down), I gotta get up (Up)/Yeah (Yeah), I can't get down (Nah), I gotta get up (Up, uh)/ Yeah, I'm in the pothole whippin' a knot h*/ Make 'em go eat it up (Eat it up)," he raps in the chorus over a soft flute melody.
"Virgil" is not the only project from "Control the Streets, Volume 2" featuring Quavo. The rapper also appears on "Frosted Flakes," "Pastor," "Double Trouble," "Stripper Bowl," and "Menace 2."
The album features 36 songs from a wide array of A-listers, including Young Thug, French Montana, Gucci Mane, and Travis Scott.
"Quality Control, Volume 2" marks the second installment of label Quality Control's flagship compilation, which first dropped in 2017.
Quavo will headline Rolling Loud Bay Festival with his Quavo bandmates on September 29, alongside fellow rapper Lil Uzi Vert.
In the meantime, discover the music video for "Virgil" below: