Offset’s solo album, ‘Father of 4’ is finally out

It was supposed to drop in December, but better late than never.

Offset’s solo album, Father of 4, is finally here.

Produced entirely by Metro Boomin and Southside, the heavily anticipated record is led by the unexpectedly confessional single “Red Room,” on which the Migos rapper addresses his upbringing and recent life-altering car accident.

The 16-song release also includes “Clout,” featuring Cardi B, with whom Offset went through a highly publicized break-up in December. But, as Offset told Esquire, they seem to be on the mend: “It’s been good. We’re being more open to each other, raising our baby and taking things slowly.”

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Father of 4 was initially due to drop last December, but was delayed after what Offset called “fourth-quarter recording,” according to Esquire. Was it worth the wait? Stream it below and find out for yourself:

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