Offset’s second solo album, Set It Off, is currently charting well. Offset claimed in an interview with Ebro Darden for Apple Music that he evaluated the Hip-Hop landscape and believes that numbers are down because the music lacks uniqueness.

“I’m noticing that the no content music ain’t catching nobody ear,” Offset informed the crowd. “I’m noticing that the numbers are down in our genre in particular, because everything seems to be the same.” The next new nigga is a recently arrived nigga. The addition to the game is nothing new. Not just in terms of music, but also in terms of creativity. Most videos have a Rolls Royce in the background with some chains on, and that shit is getting old, dudes.”

“It’s like there’s no real entertainment,” he added. Why do you have pop and country artists smoking trash because they come with the full around, full around everything? You know what I mean? The whole thing. “Nothing is flexing.”

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Offset also expressed a desire to provide fans with a better level of entertainment value. “You must provide the fan with an experience.” Experience isn’t enough for you to get on the mike, man. Then you tax the ticket sales; you want $200 each ticket, but you don’t have any output, it ain’t no… A show, to me, is like a movie: there’s a beginning, a middle, a conclusion, and an ending. There has to be some discourse in that crap. That crap has to have some choreography to it. You must have some “wow” moments. You must have a song where everyone in the audience is feeling your painful song.”

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“The colors and lasers or lights of the show are also important,” he continued. And I just don’t think it’s educational to dive into that and study that. It’s never too late. As a result, if you look at the lineups, you’ll notice that they’re growing thinner and thinner. They’re not paying you $600,000 to simply walk the stage, brother.”

The complete interview is available below.

Offset celebrated the release of his first solo album in four years, ‘Set It Off,’ on Friday, October 13th, with an incredible party at LIV Miami. The charming rapper took the stage in a fashionable checkered jacket, beaming with glee as he performed classic songs such as “Jealousy,” “Fan,” and “Clout.”

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Offset was accompanied by his rapper wife, Cardi B, who debuted a new straight, long-haired style and a figure-hugging pink bodycon dress, adding to the evening’s star power. Cardi B was the highlight of the party, taking over the DJ booth to energize the crowd before singing two of her chart-topping singles, “Bongos” and “WAP.”

Cardi B’s 31st birthday was celebrated in style earlier this week by the power couple. Offset lavished their home with hundreds of pink roses and lavished the Bodak Yellow artist with various Hermes Birkin bags to demonstrate their love and affection for one another.

Offset and Cardi B fans will surely remember the LIV Miami bash.


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