Offset drops off four new tracks on his debut album, Father of 4.
Offset already got some new music on the way just two weeks after releasing his debut album, Father of 4. The Migos rapper did an impromptu Q&A session with his fans on Twitter yesterday where he revealed his plans to release at least four new singles which will arrive on a repackaged version of his debut project. The effort will likely renew interest in Offset’s debut album since he is already getting praised for dropping the best solo project out of all of the Migos rappers.
Father of 4 is currently sitting at number nine on the Billboard 200 album chart after debuting at number four last week. The repackaging of the project could see it climb high up the chart with a renewed interest.
Bout to add 4 tracks to father of 4 repackage
— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) March 15, 2019
In the past, we’ve seen rappers repackaged and or issued updated versions of their albums. Kanye West famously edited his Life of Pablo album, and back in 2014, we saw Wu-Tang Clan dropped off a repackaged version of A Better Tomorrow. This moved is not new, and this won’t be the last time that you see an artist do it.
Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff are currently working on Culture III, due next year.