Offset is preparing to release his sophomore album, which will include a posthumous verse from Takeoff. For the previous few months, the “54321” rapper has teased the debut of his next project by previewing new tracks.
Along with collaborations with Future and Moneybagg Yo, it appears that Offset will offer a chilling banger with Takeoff and Icewear Vezzo. ‘Set went to Instagram to preview the song, which features the late Atlanta icon and the Detroit rapper trading bars.
At this point, it’s unclear when we could expect the collab but it seems possible that it’ll come soon. The “CODE” rapper continued to hype up the album’s release over the past few months, without providing any further details on its release. Hopefully, the collaboration with Takeoff will appear sooner rather than later, especially since we haven’t heard any music between him and Offset since Culture III. Despite the friction between ‘Set and Quavo, he evidently maintained a strong relationship with Take until his death.
Offset Delays Album After Takeoff’s Death
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Offset was initially supposed to release his solo album weeks after Takeoff and Quavo’s Only Built For Infinity Links. However, after the passing of his fellow Migos member, the Father of 4 artist said that he would be pushing it back until further notice. In the months that followed, Offset continued to pay tribute to Takeoff with each performance, ensuring that fans across the globe do not forget his name, and frequently paid homage on Instagram.
Shortly after Takeoff’s funeral, Offset took to Instagram where he shared a heartfelt message. “The pain you have left me with is unbearable. My heart is shattered and I have so many things to say, but I can’t find the word,” he wrote. “I know someone with a soul like yours is in heaven now. I hope you can see how much we love you and miss you. You have left a hole in my heart that will never be filled.” We’ll keep you posted on the new single from Offset featuring the late Takeoff and Icewear Vezzo. Check out the snippet above.