The name of the album, The Last Rocket, was announced without any other fanfare or explanation, though it could be a nod to Takeoff’s own upward trajectory. More quantifiable information includes 10 confirmed songs and the presence of frequent Migos collaborator DJ Durel. Similarly, Atlanta’s own Cassius Jay made an appearance close to the end of The Last Rocket. As for the actual tone of the record, an attendee noted “smoothly integrated features and flawless trap production,” along with “a retro ’80s/’90s feel” in reference to standout track “Infatuation.”
Stay tuned for The Last Rocket to release on November 2.