On Halloween 2017, Offset, 21 Savage, and Metro Boomin dropped one of the most intriguing surprise mixtapes to date. Aptly named Without Warning, it was 10 tracks of spooky, hard-as-nails rap music, with features from Travis Scott and Quavo. But what about its sequel? According to Offset himself, Without Warning 2 is in the works.

In response to a fan question on Twitter in Mid-March 2019, Offset revealed Without Warning 2 "MIGHT BE IN THE POT ?." While we don't know much about what exactly Metro Boomin, 21 Savage, and Offset are cooking up, we've gathered all the information we can find about Without Warning 2, from the release date to potential collaborations and album artwork. So keep scrolling for everything you need to know about Offset and 21 Savage's mixtape.

Offset & 21 Savage's Without Warning 2 release date

The first Without Warning dropped, appropriately, without warning on October 31, 2017. While Offset recently revealed in a Twitter Q&A session that the sequel to the project "might be in the pot," there's been no word on an official release date, nor does it seem likely we'll get much notice on when the project will drop.

Back in October, around the same time Without Warning was released the year before, Offset tweeted out Metro Boomin's producer tag. Boomin then replied with some seasonal jack-o-lanterns. This might suggest that Boomin was working on some beats for Without Warning 2, and perhaps alludes to a release date of October 31, 2019, the two year anniversary of the original Without Warning.

Offset & 21 Savage's Without Warning 2 tracklist

No tracklist for Offset & 21 Savage's Without Warning 2 has been revealed as of yet. If the OG Without Warning is anything to go by, we can expect the project to be 10 tracks.

Offset & 21 Savage's Without Warning 2 cover art

With no release date set for the project, it seems unlikely the official album artwork has been locked in. Will they go with another photo of a Rottweiler or something equally captivating? Stay tuned.

Offset & 21 Savage's Without Warning 2 guest appearances

There were only two featured artists on Without Warning - Travis Scott on "Ghostface Killers" and Quavo on "Rap Saved Me." Perhaps they'll return for the sequel? If not, Cardi B could definitely make an appearance, and Meek Mill and 21's burgeoning friendship might also be grounds for a collab.

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