Offset Plans To Take His Time With The Roll Out Of His Solo Album

The Atlanta rap star is in no rush to put out his highly anticipated release.

(AllHipHop News) Rapper Offset is refusing to set a timeline for the release of his upcoming solo album after pulling initial plans to launch it on his birthday in December.

Offset is the last member of hip-hop trio Migos to share his own side project, following Quavo and Takeoff's respective albums Quavo Huncho and The Last Rocket, which dropped last year.

Offset had been due to mark his 27th birthday on December 14 by releasing his new material, but he postponed the launch, and hasn't offered fans any updates since.

And it seems Cardi B's husband isn't in any rush to, either.

"Yes, I am releasing a solo record," he told i-D magazine. "And no, you can't get a title.

"Nowadays, we're drowned in a constant flow of information. You get tons of content without having to do a thing, it's just getting to you non-stop. I want my album to come out when the time is right, and the way I see it, a title is already one piece of information too many."

Offset believes in the 'less is more' approach when it comes to announcing album details ahead of time: "I don't want people to be projecting anything into it before the album's even out, whether it's their wishes or their opinions," he says. "I take my time because I want to be sure it all makes sense."

Although fans will have to wait to hear Offset's full debut solo album, he has previously given them a taste of what to expect, after launching Without Warning, a collaborative project with 21 Savage and producer Metro Boomin, in late 2017.

The album entered the U.S. albums chart at number four, and earned them a platinum single with "Ric Flair Drip."