Quavo isn't the only member of the Migos taking advantage of their hype as an individual artist. Offset has been making noise with some of his hot verses and guest features in the last year, and now he's branching out with music all of his own. The Atlanta native just released a brand new record for fans called "Monday," which he dropped to bring some light to the first day of the work week.

The new track hears Offset in his signature element, spitting some flexing rhymes with his infamous flow over a more mellow trap beat. On the song, the "Bad and Boujee" hitmaker raps, "Drop my top, let the roof loose/Look at these diamonds, fruit loops/Ride like the president, bulletproof/Shoot it all you want, you ain't getting through." The Migos member lets all of his haters know that they can't compare to him now that he's reached his peak levels of success. From his jewelry and money, to being able to have any woman he wants, Offset is not holding back what his hard work has earned him over the last couple of years in the spotlight.

2017 has been a huge year for Offset and his Migos brothers, as the hip-hop trio earned their first No. 1 hit with "Bad and Boujee," which has now become certified platinum, along with their sophomore album, Culture. We can expect more solo tunes from both Quavo and Offset in the future while the two hit the road with rapper Future for his Nobody's Safe Tour this summer.

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