The youngest of the Migo trio, Takeoff, dropped his solo debut album, The Last Rocket. The Atlanta native previewed his landmark record during his private listening party in Los Angeles. Viewed by fellow Migos formalist as the trios sharpest lyricist, Takeoff has most definitely lived up to the hype.

The album spans 12 tracks including his previous released “Last Memory” with the production by Cassius Jay and frequent Migos collaborator DJ Durel. Many are extremely interested to see what stylistically appraisal Takeoff will execute on this project.

Fellow Migos member, Quavo, appeared as one of the featured guests on his album, alongside DAYYTONA FOX. Although they are the only two features, who are credible, it may seem as if the list of guests is inadequate. It may have appearances that Takeoff decided to leave unrevealed.

The Last Rocket proved to have amazing concepts, artwork, samples, and while that flow still gets a little repetitive, he does go in! So, did Takeoff set the standards high for himself and the Migos as a whole?