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Offset Drops First Single + Visual from his Debut Album [WATCH]

Offset Drops First Single + Visual from his Debut Album [WATCH]

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Offset is bringing that energy in 2019.

The Migos member has been putting off releasing his debut solo album, but it looks like he is ready to make major moves. Offset first dropped “Red Room” back in November 2018, but was taken of all streaming services without any warning or reason. Not only did he re-released the track, but also came with the visual for it.

He let fans know on Instagram that this project would be more personal to give everyone a deeper understanding on who he is  and “Red Room” definitely tells his story.

The video starts with Offset secluded in a red room lit with candles. The video is filmed in a constant pan motion moving through different parts of his life. He pays homage to his childhood and the tough times he encountered growing up.

“How I grew up, my momma was my dad (Momma, huh)
So when I blew up I put her in a pad (Mansion)
I like to throw up when I think about the crash (Ugh, ugh)
Not playin’, when I hit the tree I smell the gas (Hey, hey)
Lookin’ at the sky, think about my past (Sky)
When I used to kick a door, shoot you for the cash”

Follow the story below and stay tuned for the album release on February 22nd.

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