Offset is working on another solo album, and he’s ready to give fans an idea of what to expect. On Friday, the rapper will drop his new single, “54321,” a collaboration with Grammy winner Baby Keem.
According to Offset, Keem produced the single, which was first announced over the weekend. It is one of several songs that will be on his upcoming album — one that he claims will have “hits” for both men and women.
“Album is full of hits and full of smashes,” he said in a clip shared on the internet. “Y’all gonna see how I’m coming. I’m coming crazy in all aspects of rapping. I ain’t playing no games. I got shit for the girls too. I made sure I touched on some shit for the girls.”
Offset’s debut solo project, Father of 4, was released in 2019. He’s since dropped Culture III with Migos, whose members Takeoff and Quavo have started their own group, Uncle & Phew.
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