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Sunday, August 13, 2023

Offset Confirms The Release Of Solo Album In October

In recent news, Offset has finally announced that he will be dropping his second-ever solo album later in the year, in the month of October.

The 31-year-old had originally planned to drop a follow-up album for his 2019 record, Father Of 4, in November of 2022.

However, the release was delayed out of respect for his deceased band member, Takeoff. The former fellow performer of Offset was shot dead back in November, on the 1st of the month, which is why he decided to put off the release of the album. 

The rapper went on to speak to Ebro Darden, saying that the record will be dropping in October, and he is currently preparing for it.

He added that he will be making a couple of changes to it, too, in order to show more personality in the songs.

According to Offset, he is going to continue the rollout, content-wise and creatively, to ensure that he presents his best work. 

In his words, the 31-year-old said that the rollout began out of jealousy, but he is going to continue working at it to improve. 

Just a couple of months ago, the rapper went on to say that he needed some time off and do a thorough cleansing of his soul.

He further added that soul-searching was in order before he could share the record with the entire world. 

As per Offset, this is an opportunity for him to aim for a solo career, and he is taking it. He further concluded that his objective is to come out victorious in his career as an artist, and he intends to follow through on it. 

The 31-year-old recalled how he had wanted to release the album around two years ago but felt that the time was not right. In his opinion, he needed more time back then to master the songs and improve on them.

When questioned about Takeoff, the star said that the deceased bandmate had been like family to him. However, he talked about how he had refused to interview on the night of his death, saying that it was becoming too overwhelming for him. 

According to the rapper, he had gotten through the difficult time after Takeoff’s death by pretending that his death had been fake.

He expressed that it is still difficult for him to talk about it, which is why he prefers not to discuss it. 

The 31-year-old said that it hurts him and puts him in a dark place, where he does not want to be right now.

In other news, The Jonas Brothers kicked off their THE TOUR with a large crowd at Yankee Stadium, which was completely sold out. 

This show is one of the most ambitious concerts that the group has had in its current tour, where it performed no less than five albums throughout the night.

It began the show with its recently released track, called Celebrate!, in front of a loud and roaring audience.

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