The moon boots have been polished, for the last space cadet has come home. Young Takeoff has not returned empty-handed, bringing forth his debut album The Last Rocket, the product of his intergalactic travels. While it has been fewer than twelve Earth hours since the album's arrival, many have already concluded the project to a solid debut effort; those who label Takeoff as the strongest Migos member feel validated, to say the least. Yet Takeoff has always believed in the power of his own brand, and on "Lead The Wave," he goes one step further in staking his claim on modern culture.
Taking to a smooth DJ Durel instrumental, Takeoff wastes little time in dropping off some amusing imagery, spitting "Donald Duck, chopped and screwed, but not Scrooge the McDuck." Who might have pegged him for a Disney aficionado? In any case, Takeoff's credibility is undisputed, and "Lead The Wave" provides ample evidence to back up his thesis. Peep The Last Rocket now.
Left, right wrist, hockey puck
Two white cups got me stuck
Donald Duck, chopped and screwed
But not Scrooge the McDuck
Like the Brinks truck
I'm a brand new walkin' million bucks
I'm confused, I'm on snooze
I'm like, "What the fuck is up?"