Offset has seemingly confirmed that he will drop his album on his birthday.
With Quavo and Takeoff's solo projects now in the past, our focus moves to the remaining member of the Migos. Thus far, we've received a star-studded project from Quavo and a more reserved effort from Takeoff, who didn't need as much help to prove his point. Offset will likely be somewhere in the middle as we're expecting a few high-profile features while he keeps the focus on his own abilities as a rhymer. With Culture III announced for early next year, Offset is looking to close the year with a bang and keep the momentum swinging into 2019. The date that was previously teased appears to have just been confirmed by the rapper on Twitter as we're headed towards a mid-December release date.
The name of Set's upcoming project has not yet been revealed but we seem to be inching toward a December 14 drop day. A few days ago, he tweeted out the day he was born and many pointed out that his birthday fell on a Friday this year, which is typically used as an album release day. It seems we were right in assuming that his project would arrive in December because now, Offset is being a little clearer about the year we can expect it to arrive. Thankfully, we don't need to wait until 2091 because he will be landing in just a few weeks.
With the three members of the Atlanta trio working hard on their solo careers, we're newly intrigued to see what they will pull off as a collective. Are you looking forward to Offset's solo album?