Offset‘s long-awaited album Father of 4 has arrived on streaming services early Friday (2.22.19), as the rapper becomes the final Migo to release a solo project.

The 27-year-old set the stage with the lone lead-up single “Red Room,” that found him reveling in the horrifying scene that was his nearly fatal 2018 car accident. Courtesy of UMG Recordings, Father of 4 boasts 16 tracks featuring guest spots from other Hip-Hop heavyweights Travis Scott, Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, and fellow group mate Quavo. Production on the collection is a family affair, handled exclusively by frequent collaborators Metro Boomin’ and 808 Mafia frontman Southside.

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Outside of the predictable topics of gaining clout, staying on fleek and face tattoos, the Grammy-nominated rapper gets deep about his high-profile relationship with Cardi B and the life events that have groomed him into the man he is today. “This album means the world to me took my time with the project. Take your time listening very special stories within the songs,” he wrote to Twitter Thursday. “Every record has a piece of content within the song even a trap vibe all true story telling, it was rough to get to this point I’m at in life NO CAP!” Listen to Offset’s new album Father of 4 below.

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