Offset has announced that MigosCulture III will be the group's last album, although it's likely he's referring to the Culture project rather than the end of the collective entirely. Taking to Instagram yesterday, he wrote “CULTURE 3 2020 LAST CHAPTER.” See the post below.

The Atlanta trio has dropped its Culture (2017) and Culture II (2018) albums in late January. However, last year — due in part to the release of Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset’s solo albums — the project was delayed. Offset's post seems to confirm that the third installment will likely drop this month.

Last December, Offset reportedly took to Instagram Live to reveal that Juice WRLD may feature on the new album. “I got this song called 'What’s Brackin’' with him and I probably gonna put that shit on Culture 3," he said, speaking about the late rapper. “He gonna ape shit on that thing.”

In related news, we spoke exclusively to Offset after his Laundered Works Corp.’s debut show took place at the American Cathedral during Paris Fashion Week. Watch the full interview here. 

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