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After receiving a solo album from Quavo earlier this month (Quavo Huncho), fellow Migos member Takeoff is following suit. The rapper announced that his own full-length debut project, The Last Rocket, will arrive November 2.
The youngest Migo held a small listening session last night (October 23) at Los Angeles' Record Plant studios where Billboard was in attendance and subsequently reported that the album will be 10 songs long—a standout track being "Infatuation"—and features production contributions from Cassius Jay (Cardi B's "Drip") and DJ Durel.
Takeoff held a listening session last night for his upcoming album titled "The Last Rocket" due to drop Nov. 2nd. 👀 pic.twitter.com/W7zcOo1xjF— UTOR 🤘 (@UTOR_HipHop) October 24, 2018
Migos have been expanding their reach for some time now, with Quavo having joined forces with Travis Scott last year for the collaborative Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho—he's since teased a follow-up—and Offset teaming up with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin for the joint Without Warning.