Offset has shared the official video to his new single ‘Quarter Milli’ – check out the 1920s-inspired clip below.
The Migos member released his debut solo album ‘Father of 4’ last Friday (February 22). In a four-star review, NME concluded: “[The record] is a fine body of work that builds a convincing case that Offset is currently best-placed to be Migos’ break-out solo star: once again, the final act of a trilogy proves to be the finest.”
Now, to accompany the Gucci Mane-featuring track ‘Quarter Milli’, its video opens with black and white footage as a crackly voiceover warns citizens against two money-hungry criminals.
“Over a quarter-million missing, the National Treasury has issued a warning to all financial institutions,” it announces. “Who knows when they will strike again.”
During their trip back in time, a suited-up Offset and Mane brandish guns and drive around in old fashioned cars as they commit a bank robbery. The footage then switches back to black and white as the pair flee the scene.
The new ‘Quarter Milli’ video follows the slick clip for ‘Red Room‘, released earlier this month.
Meanwhile, Offset recently admitted that Migos weren’t impressed by being parodied by Donald Glover in his skit on Saturday Night Live.
Discussing the sketch, which saw the group constantly bickering with each other, Offset said: “We didn’t like that skit, because it was, like, the total opposite of the Migos. We rock with each other, we ain’t arguing. I felt like it was interpreted that we was some dodo birds.”