Taylor Gang signee and Houston native Sosamann brings along fellow TSF rapper Sancho Saucy to join 21 Savage on this collaboration appropriately titled “Sauce Savage” produced by Nard & B. Take a listen down below.
21 Savage and Future finally link up to give us a matching visual for their Metro Boomin produced hit “X.” Peep the clip down below and let’s hope these two have more collaborations on the way in 2017.
21 Savage may have ha the best year of any other rapper as he climbed his way to the top of the game. To help add fuel to his fire he lets loose a new track titled “100” and it can be heard after the jump.
Young Thug and 21 Savage link up on this new cut titled “I Might” that has production provided by Murda Beatz. Take a listen after the jump.
To celebrate his 30th birthday Drake took to OVO Sound Radio for a special edition where he announced a new project titled More Life is on the way and he also let loose four brand new tracks for our enjoyment. In the first one “Two Birds, One Stone” it seems like Drake may be taking some shots at Kid Cudi, while he also remixes Dave’s “Wanna Know” the second offering. Drizzy then teams up with 21 Savage on “Sneakin” and finishes it off with the London On Da Track produced “Fake Love.” Hear them all after the jump and stay tuned for more info on that upcoming album.
21 Savage and Metro Boomin decide to bring to life their cut “No Heart” off the Savage Mode project. Watch the clip after the jump.
Young Thug is ready to hit the road again and this time he is bringing 21 Savage along with him. The two Atlanta rappers will head out on the HiHORSE’D Tour beginning November 9th for a total of 20 stops along the way. Get a look at the list of cities and dates down below. Tickets available at YoungThugTours.
Here goes some more new 21 Savage music courtesy of producer Brodinski. The track is titled “No Target” and it will land on Brodinski’s upcoming The Sour Patch Kid project that is set to arrive Monday, September 12th. Hear the single down below.
Always a good day when we can get some new 21 Savage music as if we need more than Savage Mode at the moment. Take a listen to the 808 Mafia produced “Soda” after the jump and continue to watch 21’s rise.
21 Savage has been on a roll and to cap it off he stops by The Breakfast Club for a pretty interesting interview. The ATL native talks about street life growing up, how he got into music, losing a lot of friends, using drugs and more. See the full conversation down below.