Now this is what I call a good morning, the Boominati way.
On Tuesday's Tonight Show, Offset and Metro Boomin brought their motivational Without Warning collab "Ric Flair Drip" to living rooms across America. Fittingly, the two enlisted the hype services of none other than the Roots and the real Ric Flair himself, who previously appeared in the track's Shomi Patwary-directed official video.
Elsewhere on Tuesday's show, Offset took the stage alone to enlighten the audience about the ins and outs of his go-to recipe for chicken stir fry.
Confusingly, Boomin seemingly announced his retirement from rap earlier this month. The bio section of his wiped Instagram briefly read "retired record producer/DJ," but has since been updated to read "Young Metro 3 Times." In a story post last week, Boomin—from the comfort of a Fritos-assisted flight—said he had "retired from rap."
"Ric Flair Drip" is one of many moments of inarguable accomplishment found on the 21 Savage, Offset, and Boomin collab album Without Warning. The album, released last October, also features Travis Scott and Quavo, as well as additional production from Cubeatz and Southside.
Addressing his Grammys snub back in January, Boomin said he doesn't trip off "stuff like that." Instead, he told Billboard, he and his team just keep looking forward. "I feel like for the people, it's more important than [awards]," he explained. "I'm just here to service the people. As long as that happens what I do, that's really all that what matters to me."