It’s been a long time coming, but the finale solo album of the Migos trap trio, Offset’s Father of 4, finally arrived on Friday (February 22).
Perhaps the most pensive, introspective project of the three, Offset’s album title and artwork is a profound ode to family and fatherhood. The “Ric Flair Drip” rapper rounded up his four mini-me’s—Jordan, Kody, Kalea and Kulture—for the album’s cover, displaying a regal portrait of Offset ensconced on a king’s throne. Baby Kulture is perched on his lap, as 9-year-old Jordan, 3-year-old Kody and 3-year-old Kalea surround him in their adorably royal ensembles as well. Offset’s babies are his pride and joy, so he’s never been shy of sharing their gorgeous young faces with the world and proudly proclaiming his fatherhood over his two sons and daughters. That went for all of the little ones except baby K, whom he shares with femcee starlet wifey Cardi B. And though Bardi already shared a photo of Kulture’s face back in December 2018, fans are squealing with glee at the 7-month-old's freshest glance for Offset’s momentous debut solo undertaking:
Of course, the internet couldn't help but put its zoom-in savvy to work for a closer glance at the four dazzling tykes. Especially baby K, too, considering we haven't seen her in over two months.
Fan reviews were mixed. The majority could appreciate 'Set's feature picks, which included J. Cole, Cee-Lo Green, Quavo, Travis Scott and, of course, the Mrs. of the Cephus family herself, Cardi. But even on the features lineup, fans took notice of one rather significant name missing from it: one of Offset's Migos partners, Takeoff. From the mysterious case of Takeoff's absence to lyrical value to raw, cut-and-dry Twitter ratings, the people hath spoken on Offset's album. See who's poking a thumbs ups or thumbs downs and the rest of their reactions to the project below:
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