Takeoff Releases His First Ever Solo Track ‘Intruder’ [LISTEN]
Migos have been crafting hits together as a group, but the members have also been doing their thing as solo artists. Both Quavo and Offset have been making waves with their solo tracks, including “Paper Over Here” and “Monday,” respectively. Now it’s Takeoff’s turn with his first ever solo tune, “Intruder.”
Produced by OG Parker, the song is a cautionary warning to any would-be robber who wants to invade the ATL rapper’s humble abode. Over a menacing piano groove and a click-clackety beat, Takeoff hints that he's a proud owner of his own personal burglar alarm - a chopper!
"Intruders try run in my house (Graaah!) / Hope you got insurance (Hope!) / Notice I drink heavy codeine but when I pick up the chopper, get endurance / Night time vision on the stove / Picking off a intruder, I'm watching the door," he raps.
We don't know why anyone would want to break into Takeoff's home, but with A$AP Rocky's home recently hit by armed robbers, it's understandable that rappers are moving a little bit more cautiously now.
Home invasion problems aside, it looks like Takeoff is ready to branch off on the solo tip. Check out his song above and tell us what you think of it in the comment section below.