Conventional wisdom says Quavo is the star while Migos aficionados will shout about Takeoff being the most technically skilled. Yet, it’s Offset’s album that inspires the most confidence. That’s not just because Quavo’s solo efforts — Quavo Huncho and the Travis Scott collab Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho — felt vapid next to the group’s efforts or because Takeoff’s humbler stardom made The Last Rocket, at best, a cult favorite. Offset has arguably remained the most consistent when the spotlight has shone on him, turning Gucci Mane into an afterthought on his own song and teaming up with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin to drop 2017’s Without Warning, which presented the best horror narrative since Get Out. So there was an understandable collective harrumph when the Sagittarian’s 2018 ended with a cheating scandal and awkward apologies instead of his promised solo effort.
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