Offset and Travis Scott have new music together and they debuted the unreleased collaboration with a live performance at Rolling Loud Thailand.
The Migos rapper and La Flame both hit the inaugural festival’s stage on Sunday (April 16) where Scott was headlining and the bouncy untitled collab seems to have passed the live test with the overseas crowd jumping around.
Offset gets candid with his verse as he mourns the losses of TakeOff and his grandma.
“Asked God why I didn’t get an answer/How did I lose my brother to bullets/How I lose my grandmama to cancer/Why me God, I need answers/I don’t need God, I need answers,” he raps over Vinylz production.
Akademiks reposted the clip and fans seemed to lend their stamp of approval to the forthcoming track as well.
“I see why QC tryna get a piece of that pie … Offset bout to go crazy,” one wrote while another IG user added: “They need to drop this ASAP.”
Offset and Travis Scott are no strangers to teaming up on tracks, as they’ve previously connected on Migos songs like Culture‘s “Kelly Price” and “Give No Fxk” with Young Thug. They also assisted on Kodak Black’s 2018 banger “Zeze.”
La Flame has dished out verses on Offset’s Father of Four cut “Legacy” and Metro Boomin and Set’s Without Warning standout “Ghostface Killers.”
It’s unclear if the thumping track is set to land on Scott’s long-anticipated UTOPIA album or Offset’s upcoming solo effort.
Over the weekend, Offset debuted a new tattoo paying tribute to TakeOff with a large portrait of the rapper across his back, who is now with him for life.
“Love you 4L & after,” Set captioned the heartfelt post.
TakeOff was shot and killed on November 1, 2022, outside of a billiards hall in Houston. He was just 28 years old.
The Atlanta native’s murder has spawned a pair of arrests. A Harris County Medical Examiner said in TakeOff’s autopsy report that the Migos member died of “penetrating gunshot wounds of head and torso into arm.”