Offset and 21 Savage have worked well together in the past so why not team up for another collaboration. The pair took on Metro Boomin production on their celebrated collaborative album Without Warning last year but it looks as though the two weren't finished there. The success of Culture II has brought Atlanta trio Migos much triumph as they appear to not be able to do any wrong. Offset has helped lead them to much of their success as he has recently enjoyed solo success in addition to his work with the group. While 21 Savage has not released any full-length projects thus far in 2018, the freshly-surfaced "Hot Spot" with Offset could mean more team-ups are on the way.
Generally making bonafide hits together as evidenced by the reach of "Ric Flair Drip," Offset and 21 Savage are connected just like a "Hot Spot" on their new collab. In what is possibly a song that did not make the Without Warning cut, "Hot Spot" surfaced on the web for us all to enjoy and ponder the possibilities of a Without Warning sequel. Flaunting their global connections, both Savage and Offset rhyme over Zaytoven production, featuring some larger-than-life horns making the affair seem even more grandiose than it is.
While the track seems unexpected, it could mean that more collaborations between the two are on the way. Check it out and let us know what you think.
Connected just like hotspots
Don't come on my block, it's a hotspot
One way in and one way out
You say that you trappin', we see what you 'bout