Offset bears his soul to the New York Times.
“She brings excitement and pressure to me, but I like that,” Offset told NYTcorrespondent Joe Coscarelli for his op-ed titled “Emerging From Migos as His Own Man.” “She’s No. 1, so every time I’m hitting the charts, I’ve got to be Top 10.”
For most people, in most years, a near-death experience would be the marquee event. Not for Offset. https://t.co/uI2b1Eslng
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 29, 2018
Settling down was the furthest thing from his mind when he set out to become a rapper with his Migos brethren, but there’s no denying what feels right. Especially when fame runs its course, and the nucleus of a family or your entourage is the only saving grace. Offset said it best when he described settling down as his greatest personal achievement.
“(Settling down) helps me make the music, which helps my career,” Offset said “I have no distractions. And me and her? We haven’t even dropped an album yet. That’s a whole other realm.” After which, Offset told Coscarelli he another 10 years in him, before he hangs ’em up. “I have a wife and a child — that changed my whole everything,” he continued. “I was a young hothead, but now I understand the value of life.”
With Quavo in the driver seat, and Cardi B ringing him on the other line, Offset should be kept busy, for the foreseeable future. What are your expectations for the forthcoming Offset solo project – comment below?