Offset Thrills Fans After Revealing Upcoming Baby Keem-Produced New Single '54321'

Prior to this, the 'Open It Up' hitmaker announced the release date of his upcoming new track, which is produced by Kendrick Lamar's cousin, on his social media account.

AceShowbiz - Offset has unveiled that he's teaming up with Baby Keem on his upcoming single. Taking to social media, the "Open It Up" spitter revealed that his new song "54321" is produced by the "Orange Soda" artist and is going to be released soon.

Making use of his Instagram page on Tuesday, August 16, the 30-year-old rapper uploaded a clip of him lighting up a joint in his Yeezy Gap merchandise. "Album is full of hits and full of smashes," he said in the video. "Y'all gonna see how I'm coming. I'm coming crazy in all aspects of rapping. I ain't playing no games. I got s**t for the girls too. I made sure I touched on some s**t for the girls."

In the comment section, many of his fans expressed their excitement. "LFGGGGGOOO," one person wrote, with another adding, "Yesssirrr [trio of fire emojis]." A third said, "Im f**king READYYYYYYYYY."

That same day, Offset turned to his Twitter account to spill more details of his new song, confirming that Kendrick Lamar's cousin produced Offset's new track. "@babykeem produced 54321," he simply tweeted.

The husband of Cardi B first announced that his song will be dropped soon on Friday, August 12. At the time, he posted on his social media accounts, "54321 FRIDAY AUG 19th." One day later, he shared a snippet of the song, on which he raps, "Louis V coat pocket filled with blue's," followed by the song's title, "54321."

The single, which doesn't feature either of Offset's other two Migos collaborators, comes as rumors have been circulating of the group's breakup. In recent months, Quavo and Takeoff have been releasing music on their own as Unc & Phew.

Though the label's representative confirmed that Migos "are still together as a group," eagle-eyed fans noticed that Offset stopped following Quavo and Takeoff on Instagram. In June, the group even canceled their sole headlining performance at Governors Ball.

Amid the split rumors of the iconic Atlanta trio, Offset is busy promoting his upcoming album. Late last month, the hip-hop star hopped on Twitter to answer a few fan questions. "Fun excitement realness," the spitter told one fan who asked what the vibe of his upcoming album would be.

Another person asked if Southside and Metro Boomin' are behind the boards on the album, which Offset confirmed while revealing the longest song on the album clocks in at 2:40. He also responded to another fan asking if Cardi is on the 13-track set with a simple, "You know how we coming."

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