This week, the Grammy-nominated and highly acclaimed songwriter, Offset, kicked off his first ever solo headline run, SET IT OFF TOUR, with shows in Philly, Silver Spring, and New York City.

Known as one-third of the multi-platinum rap trio Migos, Offset’s tour shows fans a different side of the rapper, featuring him dancing and performing songs from his solo album, Set It Off.

Opening night saw the superstar performer take the stage in front of thousands of eager and passionate fans. He rose to the top of the stage, opening with fan favorite FAN, while dressed and paying tribute to his idol, Michael Jackson.

During the tour’s first stop in Philadelphia, Offset went through favorites from his solo Billboard top 10 debut Set It Off and previous solo and Migos tracks. Another memorable moment from the opening night included a surprise performance by Rich The Kidd performing Billboard’s current number 1 hit, “Carnival,” and his other hits, Plug Walk and New Freezer.

The highlight of both nights was Offset’s Takeoff Tribute, where he pays tribute to his late great former Migos bandmate, Takeoff. Offset’s tribute to Takeoff saw thousands of fans coming together and celebrating Takeoff’s life by shining their lights throughout the venue. Offset closed the show with his hit verse from Migos chart-topping hit “Bad and Boujee”.

Last night, was his New York show where he surprised guests with a special appearance from A Boogie WIt Da Hoodie plus a visit on stage from his kids, Kulture and Wave.

It’s important to highlight that Offset is also giving back to the youth in communities of the cities that he visits. In Philly, the superstar teamed up with Gillie and Wallo to purchase shoes for young boys in the community.

Click here for the video. In the DMV, Offset visited two high schools, Dunbar High School in Baltimore where he provided $30,000 worth of food and helped a senior with over 40 college acceptances and Ron Brown Preparatory Academy in DC where he spoke to the “Young Kings” and provided them exclusive merch and tickets to his Philly show.