Is Offset the next Migos member on the solo block? Taking to Twitter on Tuesday morning (Nov. 6), the “Walk It Talk It” rapper shared a date of what’s to be rumored as his solo album.
On Dec. 14, the Atlanta native will reportedly showcase his singular talents from his group’s members Quavo and Takeoff. Both dropped their solo albums this season. Per Rap-Up, Offset is just as excited as his fans for the album’s release. “God knows my album will f**k this sh*t up,” he said. “I’m not playing. I love my fans…My heart and real life situation I haven’t shared.”
— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) November 6, 2018
Offset has seen major success on his own in previous days. Earlier this week, Cardi B‘s husband said he went three times platinum for his song “Ric Flair Drip” with Metro Boomin. The single was featured on the pairs’ Without Warning project that debuted in 2017.
In an interview with GQ, Quavo said the group is not headed for separation, but this plan will help them conquer the audience’s attention.
“We’re just trying something, [to] just create big musical moments,” Quavo said. “That’s what people are missing. ‘You remember that time when this happened?’ It’s a lot of good music out but it only goes number one for a short time and then everybody forgets about it.”
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