Offset is back. The rapper announced on Thursday (Sept. 14) that his upcoming album, Set It Off, is arriving on October 13.
He shared the announcement on Twitter alongside the album’s cover art, which features the star falling from an upside down city engulfed in flames. Set It Off will serve as a follow-up to his solo 2019 album, Father of 4, which arrived in 2019 and peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. He also released an EP in 2021, Culture III (Offset’s Way). As a member of Migos, he released four studio albums.
Last month, Offset ended his legal battle with Quality Control Music, the label that helped launch Migos’ career. In August 2022, the rapper — whose real name is Kiari Cephus — filed paperwork in Los Angeles seeking a declaratory judgement “that Quality Control has no rights, title, or interest in or to Offset’s recordings” since he bought out his deal with the company early last year. He alleged that despite buying the rights to his solo works, QC continued to claim ownership over his recordings.
Offset is currently signed to Motown Records, under which Set It Off will be released. See the announcement and the corresponding cover art below.