Offset has given us each indication that his solo debut could drop at any minute. The Migos’ member conveyed those expectations to an untouched high when he handled the issue on Twitter last night – separated into three teasing inferences: first, a discharge date layout voided by questions marks, second a question to his fans over the album’s length – 16 or 19 tunes in all out?
The third proviso came to us in the type of an open-finished question, as Offset scanned on for a “pop reaction.” He asked, “Should I leak sum????” without offering a single answer to the fans that reacted.
Offset anonymous solo project would make it three Migos’ drops in the same number of months if it dropped before the logbook cutoff in January. Quavo gave us Quavo Huncho in October, and Takeoff gifted us The Last Rocket in November, leaving Offset with plentiful time to finish the trifecta in a timely fashion. However here we are, at the edge of our seats waiting for another boarding pass.
Only five days back, Offset presented a reminder on his Instagram adherents seemingly to keep everything on track. In case we overlook, Offset has been caught up with tabling a suggestion to his broken family dynamic, which in every practical sense, is the “project” he might want to see prevail over all the others.