Takeoff Death – Obituary: Takeoff From Migos Killed, Quavo Shot: According to reports on Twitter on Tuesday, 1st November 2022, Takeoff was shot dead in Houston over a game of dice he partook in with Migos member Quavo.
Takeoff by the Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum-selling group Migos is frequently a fan favorite in terms of lyrics. It demonstrates the confidence and vision of a superstar along with the ideal quiet storm of humility. After the enormously popular Culture II album, which was released in January of this year, Takeoff is venturing out on his own for his first full-length solo effort. On October 23, representatives from the media and the music industry gathered to hear a preview of the youngest member’s highly anticipated album.
At the top of the hour, at 7 o’clock at Record Plant in Los Angeles, CA, Pierre “P” Thomas, co-founder of Quality Control, said to the small crowd of about 15 people, “A takeoff is a man of modest words, he typically lets the music speak for itself.” Kevin “Coach K” Lee, his rival and fellow founder, was also present and supported him. Here are 6 things we discovered about the impending film, despite the fact that not many specifics on the features and full production credits have yet been disclosed:
The Last Rocket is the name of the album.
At the event, only the album’s name was revealed; no additional details were provided. The project, however, is heavily replete with references to success and growth, and the word rocket may be a reference to the expansion of Takeoff. Time will only tell.
2. On November 2, the album will be released.
The rapper’s solo album, Takeoff, is scheduled to release on November 2, just over a week from now, so fans won’t have to wait too long to hear it. As next week approaches, anticipate increased promotion and visibility and keep an eye out.
3. The album contains at least 10 songs.
Although the total number of tracks was not disclosed, each record performed featured a variety of expertly executed features and faultless trap production in addition to some experimenting with other sounds to show the rapper’s versatility and dexterity.
4. The album’s songs were created by DJ Durel.
DJ Durel makes a cameo by authoring at least one track heard at the opening of the album with an identifying shoutout. He is an official DJ and a frequent recording engineer and producer partner of Migos (he created numerous tracks on Culture II and has an executive producer credit). Additionally present at the playback session, the producer grooved with Takeoff as he went through each song on the album.
Atlanta 5. A producer named Cassius Jay is involved in the endeavor.
Cassius Jay’s trademark “that boy cass” burst through the speakers toward the end of the album, indicating that the producer had contributed to at least one song on it. It’s not surprising the producer delivered a captivating addition to the project given that he recently produced Cardi B’s “Drip” and is one of the most influential producers to come out of the South in recent years, cutting records with artists like Future, Jacquees, Young Dolph, Rich the Kid, Bankroll Fresh, Snootie Wild, Cool Amerika, and more.
6. A song for the ladies called “Infatuation” is a standout track.
After the playback was finished, a member of the audience requested that a song be played again. This song had a very compelling hook that began, “I got to come near to you baby right now,” before transitioning into a verse and looping back to the hook before Takeoff’s first verse. The song is a highlight with a nostalgic ’80s/’90s vibe that conjures up images of grade school recess dates at the skating rink or admiring someone in the distance. As soon as the album is out, further information will be shared about the record.