Offset is a very busy man, even by Migos standards. He just shared his new album Father of 4 and, lest we forget, that title is based in truth. But even in addition to raising his children and doing the rounds behind his solo album, the rapper is still busy working.
The Migos rapper took to Twitter to announce that more tracks are coming to the "repackage" of Father of 4.
Offset also took to social media to counter former reports from Quavo that Culture III was coming this year. He said that that project will be available next year.
Next year— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) March 15, 2019
While we shouldn't expect the third Culture album until 2020, Offset said that another sequel might be dropping. Responding to impatient fans on Twitter, Offset explained that the sequel to Without Warning (his collaborative album with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin) "might be in the pot."
IT MIGHT BE IN THE POT 🥘— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) March 15, 2019
The announcement comes shortly after a radio DJ made the embarrassing mistake of forgetting that the 2017 album exists, asking if Offset would consider making an album with Savage.
"You know we already got one, Without Warning—me, him and Metro. If you ain't up on game, my man. Obviously, my man ain't up on game," he said. "You know that's where 'Ric Flair Drip' came from. Yeah, we did that already. Platinum, too. The whole album. Every song on the album, platinum. 'Ric Flair Drip' like four times platinum."