The third and most slept-on Migo, Takeoff, delivers a new track in support of armed home protection.
Takeoff has unfairly been labeled as the least important Migos member. Quavo has become the face of the group since he is known for creating the group’s melodic hooks. Offset became earned some infamy when he went to jail right when the group was starting to blow up. Then, the both of them got even more shine for being the two members on their biggest song, “Bad & Boujee.” Meanwhile, it looks like Takeoff has been left out in the cold.
Looking to remind people of his vital contributions to the group’s sound, Takeoff has come through with a new track, “Intruder.” The song is only two minutes long, the song gets its point across effectively. The lyrics have Takeoff acknowledging his new status in life and the dangers that come with it. However, he reminds anyone that has any ideas of running up in his house that the owner is a shooter.
The track is produced by OG Parker who is also the man behind Quavo’s solo song “Paper Over Here,” and “Slippery” which appears on the Migos CULTURE album.