It's Takeoff's time to shine. On Tuesday (Oct. 23), during a listening party for a select group of people, it was revealed that Takeoff's debut LP, The Last Rocket, will be released on Fri., Nov. 2.

According to Billboard, the release date was not the only information revealed. The album will feature 10 tracks and will be produced by DJ Durel and Cassius Jay. Jay has produced records for artists including Future, Jacquees, Young Dolph, Cardi B and more. DJ Durel has previously worked on Migos' Culture II. There is a track on the album called "Infatuation," which is reported to be standout due to it's 1990's vibe and catchy hook.

Takeoff's release date reveal comes days after fellow Migos member Quavo's solo album release. Quavo released his LP, Quavo Huncho, on Oct. 11 and since then created the DJ Takeoff Challenge.

Aside from being on tour with Drake for the Aubrey & The Three Migos Tour, Quavo revealed in an interview with L.A. Leakers exactly how hard Takeoff has been working in the studio.

"We've just been leaving the concert and going straight to the studio," he said. "I'm done, I'm glad. That's what Takeoff and Offset doing right now, going straight to the studio and not getting no sleep, waking back up hitting the stage."

Be on the lookout for Takeoff's LP, The Last Rocket, on Nov. 2.

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