Offset Delivers 'Red Room' Directed by Aisultan & Produced by Metro Boomin
Offset Gets Visualistic with Latest Music Video including Car Crash
Offset goes on endless panoramic stitching with the past in the sensational video for his new tune, "Red Room." The track is set to show up on Offset's approaching solo presentation, out February 22nd by means of Quality Control, Motown and Capitol.
"Red Room" flaunts a moderate beat from Metro Boomin, who leaves an environmental mix of synths with fresh device drums. Balance deftly moves between a warble and Migos' protected triplet stream, stripping off lines about growing up, run-ins with the law, losing companions and his close lethal fender bender. “Abomination on your paper, I got acres,” Offset spits, “Black man when you walking and you labeled/Beat the odds they don’t wanna see you greater/Eat you alive like a lion or a gator.”
The Aisultan-assisted video for "Red Room" reflects the melody's topical components as the camera gradually turns through different scenes from Offset's life. The clasp's most shaking minute discovers Offset reproducing his May 2018 accident, while the end gave catches a gathering of men dressed like Black Panthers smoothly walking towards a gathering of police.
Counterbalance's "Red Room" authoritatively touches base after it quickly showed up on spilling administrations last fall. While the rapper's up and coming collection denotes his first as a performance craftsman, he cooperated with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin for the community album Without Warning in 2017. Migos discharged their last album, Culture II, in 2018, while the gathering's different MCs, Quavo and Takeoff, also released solo projects last year.