Following in the footsteps of his Migos mates, Offset is currently working on his own debut solo album. The Georgia rapper took to social media early this month to announce the project’s release date, tweeting “12-14-18, which also happens to be his birthday.
Today the Migos rapper caught up with Billboard to discuss the project.
“I’m talking about relevant situations that have occurred over the last 18 or 24 months, like me being in the crash, my kids, my family time and me being married,” he said. “There’s different parts of my life. The ups and downs of being in music, the feeling of people doubting me and being the underdog to becoming the big dog.”
“I’m not really talking too much about Pateks and Lambos because it’s not relatable,” he continued. “That’s almost like bubblegum rap now, how the people are accepting it. They just get two days of playing it, then it’s over with. This can last and people can feel it.”
He also revealed that the album will have no features.