Is Takeoff least popular Migos member? Fans say he ‘carried' the whole 'Culture III’ album
Takeoff, whose real name is Kirsnick Khari Ball, is a 26-year-old singer, rapper and record producer for Migos
Migos is one of the prominent hip-hop groups out there in the game and with their most recent album ‘Culture III', they further proved why they are here to stay for good. Their latest studio effort was released on Friday, June 11, and opened to positive reviews. The iconic Migos comprises of members Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff and to everybody’s surprise Takeoff was all over the Internet instead of Quavo and Offset who usually make more headlines.
Migos is known for their hit singles likes ‘Versace, ‘Motorsport’ and ‘Bad and Boujee’ among several others, and their latest album is a follow-up to their mega-hit ‘Culture II’ released in 2018. The previous album which debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 Album chart made the fans groove on tracks like ‘Stir Fry’, ‘Walk It Talk It’ and ‘Narcos’. Speaking of Takeoff, the rapper and music producer was trending on Twitter over the weekend as many social media users claimed that he really stood out on the album adding that he doesn’t get the credit he deserves.
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Is Takeoff the least popular member of Migos?
Takeoff, whose real name is Kirsnick Khari Ball, is a 26-year-old singer, rapper, and record producer for Migos. For the uninitiated, Quavo is Takeoff’s uncle, and Offset is his first cousin. Quavo and Offset are known for always being in the forefront whereas, Takeoff usually keeps it lowkey. Apart from their music Quavo and Offset also stay in the headlines for their love life with Saweetie and Cardi B.
However, with the release of ‘Culture III’, it seems he might finally be getting his much-awaited due. A lot of social media users praised Takeoff for his verses on songs like ‘Avalanche’, ‘Straightenin’ and ‘Birthday’ among others from the same album. ‘Culture III’ also features guest appearances from A-listers such as Drake, Cardi B, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Polo G, Future, Justin Bieber, late rappers Juice WRLD and Pop Smoke.
‘Takeoff really be carrying the Migos’
A lot of social media users who plugged into Migos’ album took to Twitter to praise Takeoff. Speaking on the same lines, one user stated, “Takeoff really be carrying the Migos. I like them all he just my favorite.” One added, “Takeoff literally showing y’all he the best in the group but y’all ain’t seeing it.”
The next one shared, “If takeoff was marketable he could go solo,” meanwhile, one person stated, “Offset was doing what’s need to be done. BUT TAKEOFF baby he hardest one in the group.” One user added, “Bro quavo just terrible man takeoff only one making sense in dis album.” Another tweeted, “The migos album is a vibe so far I always thought takeoff was the hardest one tho.” And, echoing similar sentiments, one concluded, “Not surprised Takeoff stood out on the most on this tape.”
Takeoff really be carrying the Migos. I like them all he just my favorite. 🤷🏾♀️— TIFFANY QASHAE 🤎 (@i_TiffanyQaShae) June 12, 2021
Takeoff literally showing y’all he the best in the group but y’all ain’t seeing it— Askisontheway (@ballhead_rasta) June 12, 2021
Offset was doing what’s need to be done. BUT TAKEOFF baby he hardest one in the group pic.twitter.com/FiXxUlwIsl— JULY 4TH #Briiday 🎉😌 (@withloveebrii) June 12, 2021
Bro quavo just terrible man takeoff only one making sense in dis album— $wank🏴☠️ ( $wankio) (@yeswali14) June 12, 2021
The migos album is a vibe so far I always thought takeoff was the hardest one tho 🤷🏾— Joi Montae (@JoiMontae) June 12, 2021
Not surprised Takeoff stood out on the most on this tape— Javin Jones (@RealJavinJones) June 12, 2021