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It’s time for Takeoff. (sorry)
Takeoff‘s debut solo album, The Last Rocket is slated for release November 2nd. Quality Control made the announcement at a listening party at the Record Plant studios in Los Angeles, Tuesday night.
According to Billboard, The Last Rocket is set to include at least 10 songs as well as production from Migos’ DJ Durel and Cassius Jay.
The Atlanta rapper is the latest member of the Migos to helm a solo project. Takeoff appeared on the song “Keep That” off Quavo‘s solo album, Quavo Huncho earlier this month. His project reached no. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Quavo is oft deemed the Beyoncé of the group. Takeoff, on the other hand, is the silent, but deadly Migos member who floats on nearly all of his feature verses— so this project is anticipated to be good.
Migos should be releasing their next group album, Culture III at the top of 2019.
Ivie is a Nigerian-American, native New Yorker, and journalist covering culture. Usually on-air, on deadline, and on point. @ivieani