Offset Solo Career Discussion & Reflections on the Death of Takeoff
Compensate is open about how he’s ready to start “crossing the threshold” with his solo career. Also, the father-of-five is taking a moment to talk about how he’s been dealing with grief since his daughter’s death. Take off.
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The rapper is ready for “Do It Complete” & “F**k The Game Up” Solo
The comment of rapper “Clout” was made during a recent sit-down with Diversity.
Starting with his art, Offset claims that he is “focused entirely on [his] solo career.” In addition, he confidently declared, “This is my time.”
“The goal is to do it completely and break the game as a solo artist. I’m going through, bustin’ through the door. All set, my next chapter. This is my time.”
Offset notes that patience has been crucial in his journey from being at Migos to focusing on his solo prospects. After all, success is a marathon, not a race.
“Sometimes you have to sit back and not rush. I really want to drop the album like I did two years ago, but it’s not the right time yet.”
Regarding this development, he said, “I had to take control of who I was, and now I understand that.”
In a statement to the publication, a Capitol Music Group spokesperson discussed how Offset has a “phenomenal” album in development.
“Offset made an extraordinary album; We can’t wait until the world hears his masterpiece.”
The spokesperson noted: “We’re currently deep into our release planning and will have important news to share soon!” While the specifics are still being worked out, the project is said to be shutting down this summer.
We should also add that quavo also recently announced a project called “Rocket Power”, which is coming soon.
Offset Touches Up When Discussing Life Doesn’t Take Off: “I Didn’t Tell Nobody About It”
Moving from his art to a heavier subject, Offset also exposes it all and discusses how he’s dealing with Takeoff’s departure. Specifically, he admits it’s difficult to open up.
“It’s hard for me to talk about s**t right now. I never talked about these things. Serious. It’s hard to talk about Take, man.”
He went on to talk about the trauma before revealing that the situation almost “felt fake”.
“Talk about all this is hard. That’s why I don’t, to be honest. That was painful. Like, it gets me in the mood, and I don’t want to be in that mood. Some things I never tell anyone. He is not here. That’s fake, man.
Before closing, Offset stated, “I went through a day thinking it was fake. And I didn’t tell anyone about it.”