When the clock strikes midnight (Oct. 13), Offset will unveil his sophomore studio LP, SET IT OFF, which consists of 21 songs and collaborations alongside Travis Scott, Don Toliver, Future, Cardi B, Latto, Young Nudy, and more. On Wednesday (Oct. 11), the Lawrenceville, GA emcee stopped through Funk Flex at HOT 97, where he blessed the microphone with some hard-hitting bars over the instrumental to DaBaby’s “SHAKE SUMN.”

“Fireman set in this b**ch, that mean I got the hottest Patek in this b**ch, and it’s drippy, if I don’t see nothin’ I like and I holla, the diamonds gon’ dance in this b**ch, tell her shake somethin’, skrrt, Lambo ’cause I gotta race somethin’, let a n**ga think he ’bout to take somethin’, then the nine ’bout to come like it’s eight somethin’, my b**ch B pull up, hop out the coupe, my wrist stay flooded up, come out the roof, I’ll lift my thumb up, hop out and shoot, John Wick they hood up, if I’m not the truth…”

As REVOLT previously reported, Offset spoke to “The Breakfast Club” on the importance of his new album and his focus as a solo artist. “It’s for my identity, and for my career, and for me to push forward,” he explained. “That’s why I took so long on it, too. I just want to make sure I’m coming full circle, and it’s a little different than before.”

Back in 2019, the Migos alum liberated Father of 4, a 16-song body of work that boasted appearances from the likes of J. Cole, Big Rube, Gunna, CeeLo Green, Travis Scott, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, and longtime collaborator Quavo. The project peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 with 89,000 album-equivalent units sold during its first week of release.