The Migos rapper has revealed that his debut solo album will arrived on February 22, accompanied by a documentary. The record was originally slated for a December 2018 release.
In a trailer shared by his label Quality Control Music, the documentary features footage of Offset in the studio, on stage, cruising, as well as a clip of Cardi B giving birth to their daughter Kulture.
The rapper will follow in the footsteps of his bandmates Quavo and Takeoff, both of whom have already put out their own records in 2018.
Quavo’s solo album ‘Quavo Huncho’ was released last month (October 12), while Takeoff’s ‘The Last Rocket’ arrived earlier this month.
In a four-star review, NME said of ‘The Last Rocket’: “The record’s 35-minute duration feels typical of Takeoff’s more humble approach to business, and, while he does occasionally play it rather safe, his debut solo album still manages to more or less prove that, given the chance, Takeoff is capable of standing out on his own.”
Migos fans won’t have long to wait for new music from the Atlanta trio after Offset’s solo record drops. ‘Culture III’ is set to arrive in early 2019, according to Quavo. The group’s previous records arrived in January 2017 and January 2018.
Offset and Cardi B were in attendance at last night’s GRAMMYs, where she delivered a rousing performance of ‘Money‘ and won the award for Best Rap Album. She made history as the first female solo act to win the prize.
In a video posted on her Instagram page, Cardi took a moment out of celebrating her win for ‘Invasion Of Privacy’ to remember Mac Miller. “I read an article that Mac Miller family said that he don’t win, they want me to win,” she said. “So I’m sharing this Grammy with you, motherfucker. Rest in peace.”