Takeoff, K Camp, Moneybagg Yo, H.E.R. and many more artists released music this past Friday and the internet went up into flames (good flames, like hot rod flames). I am just going to focus on Takeoff’s new album because it received the most buzz on Twitter.
The day finally arrived. Takeoff’s solo debut “The Last Rocket” was released Friday (Nov. 2), and Twitter couldn’t be more excited about it.
Last week, the Migos rapper—viewed by many as the group’s sharpest lyricist—teased fans with the release of his debut solo single “Last Memory” along with its video, and now, everyone can finally hear what Takeoff has been cooking up behind the scenes.
Takeoff’s solo project, possibly the most anticipated of the trifecta, comes just three weeks after Quavo dropped his debut solo album Quavo Huncho. Also of note, The Last Rocket only features guest appearances from two artists—Takeoff’s uncle Quavo and somebody named Daytona Fox. Fewer features on an album is a huge deal because if the album turns out to be amazing, the artist can take all the credit.
So do I.