New York, N.Y. – Offset had some fun on Wall Street to kick off his week. Joined by wifey Cardi B at his side, the Migos rapper popped up at Nasdaq HQ in Manhattan’s Time Square on Monday (August 30) to celebrate Reservoir Media going public.
The independent music publishing company is the first of its kind to IPO and the first female-led music company to go public as well thanks to leadership from its founder and CEO Golnar Khosrowshahi.
Offset’s involvement comes from the Migos’ catalog living under the Reservoir Media umbrella. Set claimed he’s “partners” with the company when TMZ caught up with the Atlanta native earlier today before he headed inside to have some fun with the tradition of ringing the opening bell.
Offset and Takeoff reportedly signed global publishing deals with Reservoir Media in 2017. The company went public in July but had the official ceremony this morning.
“This morning, Reservoir rang the @Nasdaq Opening Bell in celebration of our recent IPO. It is both exciting and humbling to take this next step in Reservoir’s journey,” Reservoir Media wrote. “We look forward to all the opportunities this creates, as we deepen our commitment to #investinginentertainment.”
This morning, Reservoir rang the @Nasdaq Opening Bell in celebration of our recent IPO. It is both exciting and humbling to take this next step in Reservoir's journey. We look forward to all the opportunities this creates, as we deepen our commitment to #investinginentertainment. pic.twitter.com/Gmu0ZGSoQf
— Reservoir (@ReservoirMedia) August 30, 2021
Cardi B was proudly on hand providing Offset with some moral support. She and Offset are expecting baby No. 2 together in September.
For those looking to buy some shares in the company, Reservoir Media closed on Monday with a stock price of just under $9 per share.