Migos’ Takeoff steps into the limelight with solo album ‘The Last Rocket’

Grant Brydon

5 months ago

By Grant Brydon

Certainly the most low-key member of Migos, Takeoff has been described as the underdog of the Atlanta trio, but notably had many of the highlights of the group’s last album CULTURE II.

Now, two weeks after Quavo‘s solo album Quavo Huncho, Takeoff steps up with his own solo effort The Last Rocket.

The twelve track album should finally rid Takeoff of his underdog status, as he clearly demonstrates his skills and diversity as a rapper and songwriter.

In contrast to Quavo‘s lengthy, star-studded LP, The Last Rocket runs at 38 minutes with its only features come courtesy of Quavo and Daytona Fox.

Production credits across the album include DJ Durel, Murda Beatz, TM88, Buddha Bless, Wheezy, Cassius Jay and more.

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