Migos Quavo QC Spinner Chain
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Back in the early 2000s, fresh off signing a deal with Eminem and Dr. Dre, 50 Cent dropped nearly $100,000 on a custom G-Unit Spinner chain.

More than a decade later, hip-hop’s new bling kings, the Migos, draw inspiration from Fif’s Spinner chain for a spinning medallion of their own.

Member Quavo recently commissioned Atlanta-based Ice Box Jewelry to create this spinner chain featuring the logo of his label, Quality Control.

Sporting a “QC” logo at the center, the entire piece is flooded in diamonds, with the middle having the ability to spin.

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Its unclear just how much Quavo dropped on the piece, the each member has spent some major dough on custom pieces over the past year, with individual pieces going from $100,000 to as much as $500,000.