In case you’ve been sleeping, 21 Savage, Offset, & Metro Boomin decided to send shockwaves throughout the internet Monday night when they announced that they had a joint album dropping at midnight called Without Warning, and alas they were right. The 10 track album was released right on time on iTunes & all digital platforms, featuring two guest appearances from Quavo & Travis Scott.
Looking to highlight one of the records, which in itself was tough to do, we figured it’s only right we share the intro track with Travis Scott called “Ghostface Killers,” which is a reference to the legendary Wu-Tang member.
Going in over the sinister beat from Metro Boomin, Offset, who handles the opening verse & chorus, switches up his flow & shows off his signature triple time rhyme scheme, boasting about his icy jewelry & having shooters by his side in the process. “Automatic, automatics, in the trunk/ Shoot the maggots, shoot the maggots with the pump,” he spits on the hook.
Meanwhile, 21 chimes in for the second verse, and raps about still hanging out with the killers & gorillas with the AK’s on the block, before Travis Scott & his auto-tune laced vocals reference some drug use & being a “Nike” boy. “Nike boys, we don’t do three stripes (yeah),” Travis spits, who’s obviously referring to his recent deal with Nike, which will find him getting his own Air Force 1 shoe (see here).