Offset Reportedly Pushed His Album Back Amid Takeoff's Funeral

By Tony M. Centeno

November 11, 2022

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Offset had been preparing to drop his second solo album this week but he appears to have put his plans on hold.

According to a report XXL published on Thursday, November 10, the Georgia native rescheduled the release of his next project, which is reportedly called Blame In On Set. Earlier this week, Offset responded to a fan's question about the album and said it was "pushed back." The Migos rapper had previously announced the album's title and its intended drop date, 11/11. Given the sudden passing of his cousin Takeoff, 'Set appears to have postponed the album's release for a later date.

Offset first announced his upcoming album back in August. After posting what fans believe is the album's title, the 30-year-old rapper delivered the first single "54321" produced by Baby Keem. Shortly afterward, Offset dropped off the second single "Code" featuring Moneybagg Yo and its accompanying video starring Bella Hadid. Fans haven't heard much since he put those two records. Cardi B did say that her husband would address the messy situation with Saweetie on the album, but 'Set himself hasn't said anything else.

Everything changed when Takeoff passed away at the beginning of the month. Offset hasn't publicly addressed his cousin's death, but he did change his Instagram profile picture to an image of Takeoff's face and reportedly cancelled a show. He and his wife Cardi were spotted heading to Takeoff's funeral earlier today. Like the aforementioned fan said, Offset's album is probably the last thing on his mind right now.

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